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Its depend on the alarm there are many types of alarms

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The car alarm at its simplest is a group of sensors attached to a siren. There are different systems with different sensitivities. The very simplest will have a sensor on the driver’s door and only when someone will open this door the alarm would turn on. The sophisticated system has interior pressure sensors and cover for all the doors and every vibration turn on the car alarm.

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