Question about BMW 325
Hood sensor switch. unplug it. done. won't make any difference to the operation of the alarm if its unplugged, it's just not in the alarm system anymore to cause a faulty alarm sound.
think about it though. car alarms are useless. so it goes off...big deal, whaddya going to do, shoot the guy breaking in. he's already armed. call the police? oh, by the time they get there...he's long gone.
Posted on Jun 20, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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