Question about 2005 Lincoln Aviator
Its possible that you have Motion Sensors; they have come a
from the pendulum sensors used years ago, which used to give a lot
of false alarms,
especially when the car was parked uphill. Make sure you don't set
sensitive enough to make the alarm go off on windy days. Follow
provided for mounting. Typically they are mounted to a solid metal
The alarm, is a factory alarm? or non-factory. If non-factory, yank it. If factory, need to have some one scan it and find what sensor is acting up or it may be the control unit.
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Posted on May 06, 2010
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