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WATCH THE SENSOR LIGHTS TO SEE IF THEY GO OFF JUST BEFORE THE DOOR CLOSES. IF THIS IS THE PROBLEM EITHER ADJUST THE TRACK OR MOUNT THE SENSORS TO THE WALL INSTEAD.
IF THE SENSORS STAY LIT AND THE DOOR STILL REVERSES AFTER LUBE. ADJUST THE DOWN SENSITIVITY ABOUT 1/8 TURN AT A TIME (LESS SENSITIVE) ID YOU HAVE TO ADJUST THE SENSITIVITY MORE THAN 3/4 YOU WILL NEED TO CALL A PRO OUT TO CHECK THE PROBLEM.
Hello, to my knowledge there is no way to do this adjustment manually. You must hook up the Subaru scan tool and adjust the sensitivity that way. If the dealer has already calibrated it once they may have just not desensitized it enough or the sensor is faulty and is not accepting the recalibration protocol and is biased to full sensitivity. In this case the sun-load sensor must be replaced. I hope this info helps...(subytech1)...
Adjusting the Shock Sensor Sensitivity
To adjust the shock sensor, disarm the system, press and hold Button #3 (Finder) until the alarm chirps four times
(approximately five seconds), immediately release the button. Tap your vehicle’s hood above the alarm at the sensitivity
level you wish. The harder you hit the car the less sensitivity the alarm will be. The alarm will then chirp three
times. The shock sensor is now set at this sensitivity. Any shock that is equal to, or greater than this sensitivity,
will sound the alarm. Set the sensitivity as often as you wish; however, the sensitivity level will remain set until
the battery is disconnected or you reset it. If you do not tap the car it will automatically go to maximum sensitivity.
This setting is only acceptable if the car is parked inside a garage. NOTE: The factory setting on the shock sensor
should be acceptable for most vehicles.
If its an aftermarket alarm check the manual to adjust the sensor sensitivity. If you don't have the manual check the alarm's manufacture website or contact them. Some times the shock sensor is in the antenna itself. There'll be a button saying something like, HI, MID, LOW. Set the sensitivity to MID or medium sensitivity.
Locate the shock sensor. Using a small screwdriver you can adjust the sensitivity of the sensor. Move srew in only 1/4 turns as this will make big adjustments. Adjustments may make alarm too sensitive so try it out and see what works for you.