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1alarm random sets Empty alarm random sets on 24th April 2015, 12:02 pm

Stu

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Took the pulsar out for its first drive.
Boosted it a little and as I backed off. The alarm sounded and armed itself.
Could this be a loose earth?
It had a new Clifford fit before it was taken off the road.
While driving I had to press the immobiliser sequence to disarm it. Luckily the immobiliser didn't cut the engine...


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2alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 24th April 2015, 12:31 pm

FPSChris

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black jax?
Might be that it didn't disarm correctly initially, felt vibrations akin to someone smashing it and alarm went off.
You might find it never happens again!

Doesn't hurt to test the earths, with them being all black wires you'd need the guide.

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3alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 24th April 2015, 12:33 pm

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Think it needs a new battery? The car that is.
The alarm sounded while I was pulled up at the lights just.
And after a little boost it didn't happen. So is random.
Might be battery power drop making the alarm arm?


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4alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 24th April 2015, 12:33 pm

grim_d

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Cliffords are appalling alarms. But yeah I would be checking the wiring.

I would also disable any extras such as ultrasonic sensors and see if any of those are to blame.

5alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 24th April 2015, 12:34 pm

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@FPSChris wrote:black jax?
Might be that it didn't disarm correctly initially, felt vibrations akin to someone smashing it and alarm went off.
You might find it never happens again!

Doesn't hurt to test the earths, with them being all black wires you'd need the guide.
Thanks.
I will have a look. But might drop it into an auto electrician to have a look at it for me.


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6alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 24th April 2015, 12:35 pm

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@grim_d wrote:Cliffords are appalling alarms. But yeah I would be checking the wiring.

I would also disable any extras such as ultrasonic sensors and see if any of those are to blame.
Okay thanks. Will see what I can do.
It does have one of those altarasonic stuck to the windscreen.


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7alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 24th April 2015, 12:37 pm

grim_d

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My Clifford used to constantly go beserk to the point where I gave up and disabled it completely, binned the car before I could sort it.

Toad ai606 now, brilliant.

8alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 24th April 2015, 12:41 pm

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It had a toad on when I sold it. Bought it back and this Clifford had been installed.
Will see what I can do with it..
Thanks for the advice Smile


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9alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 24th April 2015, 1:51 pm

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I have 2 cars with clifford & they been 100% fine.
I'm not the greatest clifford fan either but if fitted well they generally ok.
Autowatch is one of my favourite no nonsense quality alarms .
Can't see that it properly arming as indeed it would cut fuel etc & if wired right it impossible arm with key in ignition & running engine.
Voltage drop will make um go nuts & chirp so indeed worth checking battery/connections & alternator output.
Best going to a clifford installer as easiest way of checking them at first is with cable & notebook & run through alarm settings & also read log of previous reasons alarm set off etc .

10alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 24th April 2015, 1:55 pm

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I will see how it goes. But will find someone to check the alarm system out.


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11alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 1st May 2015, 2:44 pm

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@FPSChris wrote:black jax?
100% correct. Thankyou.
I read the user manual Smile
I was told it was an immobiliser but not anti hijack. ..
Now I know how to disarm the alarm properly it doesn't happen any more Smile


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12alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 1st May 2015, 3:04 pm

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^ what does the anti hijack do on yours stu, besides siren & probably indicators does it limit rpm vehicle speed !
don't have it on mine, I prefer a telescopic baton & mace spray :-) biggest f00kers for forcing you to stop here is the dodgy road police wanting tea money :-/
Reading instructions always useful but us real men always do that as last option :-D

13alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 1st May 2015, 3:43 pm

Stu

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Hahaha I would sooner carry a bat aswel Wink
My anti hijack let's them take the car at limited revs for so far and then it cuts the engine all together Smile
Doesn't reset for 5 minutes I think Smile


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14alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 1st May 2015, 5:01 pm

johnny gtir

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So how do you unset it. Mine sets hazards off when driving only way to stop it is stop car and turn off engine I was told it's knee knocking sensertive fob dangling but I neva even proved the theory

15alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 1st May 2015, 6:28 pm

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Do you have one of these johnny?



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16alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 1st May 2015, 6:33 pm

johnny gtir

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No mate but fob has 4 buttons. If I am 100% honest I don't even know the make it's on my sunny never even looked just sounded similar to mine going off random

17alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 1st May 2015, 6:38 pm

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Ah okay. Yours will be totally different from mine then mate.


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18alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 1st May 2015, 7:03 pm

johnny gtir

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No probs just thought if it was a case of double clicking a button. Might check a make and look into mine

19alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 1st May 2015, 7:50 pm

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@johnny gtir wrote:No probs just thought if it was a case of double clicking a button. Might check a make and look into mine

Maybe its your voice? They often have a special Geordie sensor
I love your voice and feel like flashing when I hear it

20alarm random sets Empty Re: alarm random sets on 1st May 2015, 7:57 pm

johnny gtir

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Strange response but each to there own I guess 
Or it could a southern to Newcastle alarm always playing up  lol

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