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My speed alarm is set at 105 how do i adjust this function?

I own a 91 nissan terrano ( japanese import) and would like any info on how to adjust the speed alarm, it goes off at 105 and the beeping drives you nuts in 110 zones!!!

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It's been a few years, since I got my Terrano, but I think I located the beeper under the dash, between the steering column and the center console, and unplugged the wires from it - strangely enough, it doesn't beep anymore!

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Have to add a comp chip to comp to over ride the gov.

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