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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I got this from their website.
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.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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SOURCE: Viper alarm, lights dont flash
Sounds to me like the parking light output wire. They usually have a seperate fuse or the connection is bad. The connection on your vehicle should be behind the pass side kick panel and look for a wire to the white/purple wire and check that with a meter or light to see if it's kick out power. There is a possibility they used the negative trigger through a resister and that would be located behind the headlight switch. That will at least let you know and trace down the problem. Here is a link with that parking light info for yours. Hope this helps and let me know if you have more questions.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
I have installed 4 deluxe 200s ( 2 on my vehicles and one on each of my parents) and I seem to have problems with the remotes dying but no other problems. I had to buy another unit just to get the remote so now I have an extra deluxe brain brain. If you are interested email me firstname.lastname@example.org If you decide to get a different unit I might be interested in buying your remote.
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
SOURCE: how to hook up bulldog
Hello my name is Israel and I will be glad to help you out. This alarm system uses a drop in voltage sensor to work. First mount the siren on a firm ground metal of the vehicle. Be sure that the base is mounted on metal and not plastic. Then, the best way for the system to work is to run the wire into the vehicle cab and connet the one wire to the positive side of either the dome light fuse or dome light wire. This will help in it "catching" voltage drops when the lights go on. Good Luck.
Posted on Feb 15, 2011
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