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My viper 350hv isn't as sensitive and led blinking

My viper alarm is not as sensitive as people say it is and its sensitivity is as high as it goes? where should i place the brain/shock sensor?

and when i disarm the led blinks 3 times when its supposed to be 2 times whats wrong?

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