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I purchased a new car and the alarm keeps going off without sufficient reason. At first it seemed like a sensitivity problem, since it would issue a warning blast for loud noises(slamming doors, garbage trucks). But the dealer said they turned it to the lowest sensitivity yesterday and it still went off again twice in the middle of the night. Could something with the car electrical be setting it off - bad connection, interruption of power supply, etc.?

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Hi take it back get them to sort it out don,t be fogged off for the alarm to be going off on its own there is a fault which is usually on hondas caused by faulty locking switchs the usually get knocked out of aligment due to doors being closed this may be time consuming but is there problem to sort good luck yates210456

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