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    If you blank them off that may still not solve the random alarm being triggered .
    Because if it's a faulty sensor the fault could lie within the sensor itself , and no matter if you tape them up or not if the alarm fully armed it may still trigger it , so more sleepless nights .

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizzard-t View Post
    If you blank them off that may still not solve the random alarm being triggered .
    Because if it's a faulty sensor the fault could lie within the sensor itself , and no matter if you tape them up or not if the alarm fully armed it may still trigger it , so more sleepless nights .
    You make a good point... dammit!

    So... to modify my first question... can the sensors be switched off permanently?

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    Hello Andy the answer is no they can't.you would have to turn off the ultrasonics before you exit the car . I'm probably going to ask the most stupid question of the year .but here goes .
    Has anyone diagnosed which sensor is at fault ?
    Or another stupid idear of mine was to disconnect the wiring to every sensor , but as I say that is a stupid idear of mine .

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    No, no clue which sensor is playing up but since Iíve been switching them off the alarm hasnít gone off once.

    Next step is to leave them on and see if the alarm goes off again I suppose.

 

 
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