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My alarm went crazy..it goes off without any reason, even though a car just passes by, its giving more problem at me than the thief ...i want either disable or calibrate the sensor if any..thanks...my car is a Nissan sentra 2004

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You CANNOT disable but a dealer (nissan)can de sensitise it for you.(special computer required)

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