Question about ' II' DIY Car Alarm Vehicle Anti-theft Alarm
Apart from smashing a window, how do I check if it works. is there any lights that should be turn on?
Simplest way to find out is sit in your car and activate the central locking, wait about 30 seconds (circa time for alarm to arm) and then move about. If alarm is activated it will go off.
Also, you should be able to see the sensors mounted inside, normal install has them mounted at the top of the pillar between windscreen drivers/passenger windows (although this is not always the case). In the engine compartment you should be able to see the alarm itself again normally (but not always) mounted on the body at the back (when you are looking from the front of the car).
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
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