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eszumlas1985 
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Posted: September 29, 2007 at 4:15 PM / IP Logged  
Hi,
I just purchased a Crimestopper CS-2002 DPII alarm system. I have put it in a 93 Ford Crown Victoria LX w/o keyless entry. I am having problems with it false triggering after an hour or two. My dash LED flashes brightly and steadily after I arm it, and I've tried changing the programming options to see if that was the problem, such as the dome light delay, but it still false triggers after a couple of hours. I have tried completely turning down my shock sensor to see if it helps, it don't. I went with a positive door trigger per the wiring diagrams provided on this site. I have it spliced directly into the dome light BLACK/ Lt. Blue (+) wire. I also have my trunk trigger wire spliced into the BROWN / White (-) trunk pin wire. I don't have a multimeter handy so I can't tell what polarity things are, just going by the diagrams. Could you possibly help with the door/trunk trigger, since these seem to be the only other problems I could think of or help me figure out what could be the problem with this alarm. Everything is hooked up and working properly (at last I think so) except this false triggering problem. Please Help, I am completely stumped!
           Thanks,
eszumlas1985
KarTuneMan 
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Posted: September 30, 2007 at 9:12 AM / IP Logged  

I would bet on NOT having a meter might have something to do with your troubles. You need to get one.... borrow it if you have too.

Disconect the trunk trigger. Test. Then reconnect it, disconnect the door trigger. Test. See if eliminating one of these solves your problem

Get a meter!!!!!

eszumlas1985 
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Posted: September 30, 2007 at 10:58 PM / IP Logged  
I figured it out. Got a multimeter. It was my trunk trigger, no wire from trunk read ground when open so I cant use my trunk trigger until I figure it out.
howie ll 
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Posted: October 01, 2007 at 1:04 AM / IP Logged  
Wire directly to trunk light.

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