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Laser The Laser alarm goes off all the time. I tried to hold all 3 buttons down then turning it on, the problem is still there. HELP Mike

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  • audit0r Sep 22, 2008

    mine does this too and when i honk the horn...but it doesnt do this in other cars

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Have you tried it in another vehicle? are you near an airport? has it done it from day one or recently started doing this?

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1. Use the CAL/ALM button to toggle the display until it shows the AL2 alarm time
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