Question about Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder
Hi. Probably the sensitivity sensor is... way too sensitive. If you know where it is installed, you should be able to see a small knob coming out from it. Play with the knob and touch the car while the alarm is engaged to see the level of sensitivity you want, but be cautious. You don't want it too stiff, because when it's time to work, it might not.
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
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