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post #2 of (permalink) Old 19th July 2006
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Just do the "card trick" when you lock the car last thing at night. That way the sensors stay disarmed until you unlock the car in the morning and then relock it the next time.Perhaps not the most convenient but the easiest. Just disconnecting the sensors from the alarm box may fool it into thinking there is a sensor fault, which would probably trigger the alarm.
You would probably have to get the alarm system reprogrammed by the dealer to permanatly disconnect sensors.

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