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Old 09-20-2003, 08:30 PM   #1
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alarm sensitivity

I've heard that you can adjust how sensitive your (custom) alarm is... where do you adjust that?
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probably with the thing on the window that sense vibration. I always smack my friends windshield whenever i see his car to set off the alarm, lol. but, IMHO, I think alarms are a waste. "car alarms in a parking lot are like gun shots in harlem, everyone hears them but nobody gives a ####"
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but, IMHO, I think alarms are a waste. "car alarms in a parking lot are like gun shots in harlem, everyone hears them but nobody gives a ####"
On a store parking lot... no. That's not what I got it for. But if it goes off right here under my window, you can bet your *** I'll be out there with my piece under 5 seconds....
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haha, I want to wire a 12 volt battery to my body that electricutes anyone that touches my car too bad i would probably kill them....
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haha, I want to wire a 12 volt battery to my body that electricutes anyone that touches my car too bad i would probably kill them....
no it won't... in fact, they probably not even gonna feel it 12volts are nothing.. One time /I grabbed a wire that had 220 going through it - now there's a shock
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its the amps in car batteries that kill people, not the volts
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its the amps in car batteries that kill people, not the volts
only if the car is running... when it's off - sorry

I shocked myself plenty of times while working on my car - when it's off
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lol, that scares the #### out of me when i am unbolting the battery and accidently hit the fender and send sparks flying.
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but, IMHO, I think alarms are a waste. "car alarms in a parking lot are like gun shots in harlem, everyone hears them but nobody gives a ####"
On a store parking lot... no. That's not what I got it for. But if it goes off right here under my window, you can bet your *** I'll be out there with my piece under 5 seconds....
Yeah, that's me. Only reason I have an alarm. I can be out my window, on my garage roof pointing my dad's .357 in a flash. Add another couple of seconds if I want to put underwear on.
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but, IMHO, I think alarms are a waste. "car alarms in a parking lot are like gun shots in harlem, everyone hears them but nobody gives a ####"
On a store parking lot... no. That's not what I got it for. But if it goes off right here under my window, you can bet your *** I'll be out there with my piece under 5 seconds....
Yeah, that's me. Only reason I have an alarm. I can be out my window, on my garage roof pointing my dad's .357 in a flash. Add another couple of seconds if I want to put underwear on.
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DE is going to go to jail one day..... for a very very long time
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like 2 months ago, someone jacked this dude's car - so he chased the guy in his wife's car, shooting the car jacker in the face... literally

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What kind of alarm do you have? I have a viper alarm. To adjust it you go to the actual alarm controller. I ounted mine in the driver kick panel. but you need to find out where your controller is and mine has a little knob on it that says "sensitivity". Turn it one way or the other till it cures your problem. I have mine pretty sensitive right now but it sure comes in handy. People are brave down here. They'll walk right up to your car and pull the door handle and stuff. I sat there and watched a guy through my window. When i went down to reset my alarm he was standing there like nothing happened. I said a few choice words to him, reset my alarm, and walked back up to my place. Stupid college campuses.
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Guys,

Fact, 0.006-0.2 Amps (that's 6-200mA milliamps) of current flowing through the heart disrupts the normal coordination of heart muscles. (Meaning that it is enough to kill you)

Yes, I've been shocked by a 220 (technically 240) Volt line.... it just made me go numb. IT didnt kill me because the electrical flow was from my hand to my leg to the ground, avoiding my heart. Had I been leaning on a wall or grounding out my other hand, that would create the shortest path to ground, going directly through my heart, killing me.

Yes, you can die from a car Battery. Hell look at the cranking Amps rating. My 66 hasa 760 Cold Cranking Amp Rating. Thats 76,000,000,000 milliamps. so yeah, you CAN die from a car battery, it's just not likely.

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its the amps in car batteries that kill people, not the volts
only if the car is running... when it's off - sorry

I shocked myself plenty of times while working on my car - when it's off
Sorry DE, The potential energy of a dry cell battery remains in tact, weither the battery has active connections or not. If done correctly, a 12 volt Car DC electrical system CAN deliver a deadly electrical shock.
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Cant you blow a battery up if you connect the two terminals with a metal piece such as a wrench?
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Cant you blow a battery up if you connect the two terminals with a metal piece such as a wrench?
It would get REALLY REALLY hot, and eventually rupture. Probably blowing off the Caps first, spewing Sulfuric Acid all over the place.

Short term metal contact would just throw sparks. Only if it's a good connection will it cause damage.

If a tool does come in short term constant contact with the battery posts, quickly use a wooden stick, plastic pipe, or other non conductive object to move it. Dont touch the tool with your bare hands top move it... because you may be grounded enough to become part of the circut. After you move the tool from the battery... DONT TOUCH IT!!! It will be EXTREMELY HOT!
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Damn that kinda makes me not want to work on my car period :
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And you wonder why when you wired up your switch panel things were shoring out :. Disconnect your battery, put some post sleeves on the posts, and dont use your battery as a tool storage table... you'll be fine.
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What kind of alarm do you have? I have a viper alarm. To adjust it you go to the actual alarm controller. I ounted mine in the driver kick panel. but you need to find out where your controller is and mine has a little knob on it that says "sensitivity". Turn it one way or the other till it cures your problem. I have mine pretty sensitive right now but it sure comes in handy. People are brave down here. They'll walk right up to your car and pull the door handle and stuff. I sat there and watched a guy through my window. When i went down to reset my alarm he was standing there like nothing happened. I said a few choice words to him, reset my alarm, and walked back up to my place. Stupid college campuses.
I have Prestige... and have no idea where the alarm controller is. Right now it's not as sensitive as I want it to be. It's set to where it wouldn't go off when you shake the car, but it did go off when I slammed my hood shut.

As for the electricity talk.. doh, I guess I was wrong. BTW Rellik, did you go to Europe or something?? Where did you get shocked by 220v?
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As for the electricity talk.. doh, I guess I was wrong. BTW Rellik, did you go to Europe or something?? Where did you get shocked by 220v?
My underground Spa was powered by 220 (thought the technical number is 240). AC power fluctuates so much there is a given total of 220V, which CAN go as high as 240, and surge MUCH higher. I was 7, and the spa jets turned off. I jumped out, dripping wet, I flipped the switch and got zapped... it knocked me on my butt. I got up, and sat in the spa for 20 minutes and didnt move until I could regain feeling. There was a small burn mark on my finger where the electrical current went into my finger.
I was 7, so I cried a little.

When I told my parents what happened, they were surprised that I wasn't fried... considering I was dripping wet.

Air conditioners in a typical house are usually ran on a 220V breaker (2-110 brakers in series), while wall outlets run at 110V. Some dishwashers are powered by 220V, as are some other household appliances. Pool pumps/filtration systems, and electrical heaters are sometimes ran on 220V.
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And you wonder why when you wired up your switch panel things were shoring out :. Disconnect your battery, put some post sleeves on the posts, and dont use your battery as a tool storage table... you'll be fine.
I thought thats what the battery was for though? i always put screws and nuts and bolts and stuff on there.
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And you wonder why when you wired up your switch panel things were shoring out :. Disconnect your battery, put some post sleeves on the posts, and dont use your battery as a tool storage table... you'll be fine.
I thought thats what the battery was for though? i always put screws and nuts and bolts and stuff on there.
w0rd.... I always set my beer on top of it, when I'm working on the car
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Yes, you can die from a car Battery. Hell look at the cranking Amps rating. My 66 hasa 760 Cold Cranking Amp Rating. Thats 76,000,000,000 milliamps. so yeah, you CAN die from a car battery, it's just not likely.
Don't wanna detract from the importance or truth of the general satements (car batteries can kill ye, and electricity is to be respected), but 760A = 760,000mA.
deci =1/10
centi =1/100
milli = 1/1,000
micro = 1/1,000,000
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Hey DE, the alarm controller will look like a little box in most cases with an LED on it and a circlular knob (usually will have to turn it with a screwdriver) If you dont know where its at, get under your steering column and look for a bunch of wires spliced into other wires. Follow the wires that are doing the splicing and it should lead you to your control area. I have mine set to the point that if a car with moderate exhaust drives by me... itll give the warning beeps, if they rev... its all over from there haha
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Yes, you can die from a car Battery. Hell look at the cranking Amps rating. My 66 hasa 760 Cold Cranking Amp Rating. Thats 76,000,000,000 milliamps. so yeah, you CAN die from a car battery, it's just not likely.
Don't wanna detract from the importance or truth of the general satements (car batteries can kill ye, and electricity is to be respected), but 760A = 760,000mA.
deci =1/10
centi =1/100
milli = 1/1,000
micro = 1/1,000,000
nano = 1/1,000,000,000
pico = 1/1,000,000,000,000
just get out of science class?
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Yes, you can die from a car Battery. Hell look at the cranking Amps rating. My 66 hasa 760 Cold Cranking Amp Rating. Thats 76,000,000,000 milliamps. so yeah, you CAN die from a car battery, it's just not likely.
Don't wanna detract from the importance or truth of the general satements (car batteries can kill ye, and electricity is to be respected), but 760A = 760,000mA.
deci =1/10
centi =1/100
milli = 1/1,000
micro = 1/1,000,000
nano = 1/1,000,000,000
pico = 1/1,000,000,000,000
just get out of science class?
lol Tuesdays are Fiber Optic Tech class. Lots of micros and nanos.
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my mustang came from the factory with alarm installed is there a way to adjust sensitivity?
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I never got a alarm, hope no one steals my ****
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i leave my doors unlocked and my windows down.
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i leave my doors unlocked and my windows down.
I dont, my amps we be gone in like 10 min
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my mustang came from the factory with alarm installed is there a way to adjust sensitivity?
i dont believe so... i think stock alarms are just equipped so if someone unlocks the car from the inside, then opens the door without the key, it will go off. Ive seen very very very few stock alarms that have a shock sensor.

Also, white95.... youd be suprised how many people wont actually touch your stuff.

I used to have 2 amps all through high school and always left my seats down and stuff with windows down, and it never got stolen. It was only until i went to college for my first year when someone caused 1600 bucks worth of damage to my car, and stole my cd player and 4 channel amp

after that i got an alarm, and i still leave my windows down lol... i sold my subs and sub amp, but i got a 5 channel alpine amp for all my highs, and bought a JBL sub that i put in there for some extra bass... my system sounds so clean, i love it
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