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teo_s 
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Posted: June 13, 2005 at 5:24 AM / IP Logged  
my car alarm went cray!!please help me!!it every minte or so.my alarm is MAGICAR FAI-300,,how do i reprogram it??it only has two buttons..and i was using one to open-close it..thank you for your help!!daniel
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plug the brain out will stop it for now.
 
is it telling what zone is triggering it
teo_s 
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unfortunatelly i m not a great english speaker..and i don t know mucj about car alarms..i ve unplugged the alarm s box( something like the size of a cigarette,,and it stopped..)but i d like to fix the problem, i have a great audio line and i want the thiefs to keep the distance....i don t know what is the trigger zone...someone playied with the remote and it went crazy!!any suggestion/???thank you
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maybe it went into a panic mode i don't know the alarm at all.
 
Try plugging it back in and see if the problem is still there.
 
 
teo_s 
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thank you!!i ve tried that..it doesn t work...my car alarm went crazy! -- posted image. i ll see what i can do..
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check the connections although they are probably ok
 
You said someone was pressing the remote and it went mental. dunno what would have meade it do that all of a sudden. how long has the alarm been in the car
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Posted: June 14, 2005 at 4:44 PM / IP Logged  

teo_s wrote:
unfortunatelly i m not a great english speaker..and i don t know mucj about car alarms..i ve unplugged the alarm s box( something like the size of a cigarette,,and it stopped..)but i d like to fix the problem, i have a great audio line and i want the thiefs to keep the distance....i don t know what is the trigger zone...someone playied with the remote and it went crazy!!any suggestion/???thank you

You seem to know better english than some people that have posted here, and english was probably thier first language.

anyway, when you say someone played with it, were they playing with the brain (under the dash) or the remote ?(or as I read somewhere on the 12volt an old lady referred to it as her "Masher")  Was he just going crazy mashing on your masher?   

Posted: 11 April 2005 at 3:58 PM - IP Logged

misterjimbo wrote:
funny you should say that, because i mentioned the same thing to her and... "i dont be mashin on tha masher like that." was her reply

If they were playing around under the dash, they may have turned up the sensitivity of your shock sensor; way up, but depending on the location of the shock sensor, a raindrop or just ambient noise could set it off.  But I say all of this having never heard of that alarm before, so I could be wrong.  Just a suggestion.

eh? what did you just say?

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