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"Should" being the operative word. As an electronic engineer, I can assure you that the most probable time for a device to fail is at turn on when it experiences high inrush currents. Sure, there may be no problems for 3 years, which at the end of the day is all Renault are really interested in.
I too have the manual. The other point to mention is that there is a short confirmatory tone emitted by the alarm to confirm the detectors have been disabled. If you're next to a busy road - forget it. Unless you stick your head up the rear passenger wheel arch. No thanks!
Currently in John J's garage:
Family car - 2004 3.0dCi Grand Espace. Fun car - Calibra 4x4 Turbo