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    as above ive got said car with a clifford alarm, it has proximity sensors, so can these be adjusted and if not can the alarm be removed cos i hate it
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by rumpleforeskin View Post
    as above ive got said car with a clifford alarm, it has proximity sensors, so can these be adjusted and if not can the alarm be removed cos i hate it
    i had the clifford G5 on my previous car and i too got p***ed of with the constant bleepin of the proximity sensor, i asked the company that fitted it if it can be turned down but was told no so i had it disconnected
    It's a ragtop thing, you wouldn't understand
     
     

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    You can adjust the volume/number of beeps it does mate but it'd be have to by a specialist unless you can find a fitters manual on the net.

    If you've got the user manual have a quick look in there to see which buttons to press so that the outter zone proximity sensor isn't activated. Probably something like lock button twice and unlock button once if its anything like the toad I have.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by shamM3 View Post
    You can adjust the volume/number of beeps it does mate but it'd be have to by a specialist unless you can find a fitters manual on the net.

    If you've got the user manual have a quick look in there to see which buttons to press so that the outter zone proximity sensor isn't activated. Probably something like lock button twice and unlock button once if its anything like the toad I have.
    you can de-activate via the remote but thats cancelled as soon as you turn it off again and its a pain havin to press several buttons everytime to turn the alarm on
    It's a ragtop thing, you wouldn't understand
     
     

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    Pressing a few buttons isn't a pain mate better than having no alarm and potentially getting your car nicked..

    Mr Foreskin - You can have a look behind the centre console as i'm sure thats where the microwave sensor will be (has to be in the middle of the car seomwhere) and unplug it
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by shamM3 View Post
    Pressing a few buttons isn't a pain mate better than having no alarm and potentially getting your car nicked..

    Mr Foreskin - You can have a look behind the centre console as i'm sure thats where the microwave sensor will be (has to be in the middle of the car seomwhere) and unplug it
    thing is mate the car has the standerd alarm and a tracker, i have to press a button on the fob to even get ignition lights, several times and one of those time will set the siren off, at 0430 leaving for work, not good, i live in a small village ive never had my car messed with in the 10 years ive lived here and ive never even heard of a car being stolen, i just want this poxy device off me car seriously i hate it
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by M3DrEaMeR View Post
    i had the clifford G5 on my previous car and i too got p***ed of with the constant bleepin of the proximity sensor, i asked the company that fitted it if it can be turned down but was told no so i had it disconnected
    how did you disconnect it
     
     

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    If you can follow up the wires to where the immolbiser circuit is made, probably one under the steering column (for the starter) and another into the fuse box or behind glovebox for the fuel pump. Or a good electrician would charge about 2 hours labour to remove the alarm but make sure you use a good once because you want the interior to go back in how it came out without any marks

    edit - or another way if you don't want to mess with the wires is to find the main positive for the alarm and have the alarm unarmed and then pull the fuse out for it, it'll stay in the unarmed state.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by rumpleforeskin View Post
    how did you disconnect it
    like shamM3 said the microwave was under the centre console, i found it and unplugged it, the microwave was only fitted in case i wanted to lock it and leave the roof down, yeah as if!
    It's a ragtop thing, you wouldn't understand
     
     

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