My sensor on my 1993 Buick park avenue is too sensitive that the slightest bump or loud noise sets it off. Is there something I can do to adjust it?

Asked by May 29, 2013 at 10:47 AM

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What sensor, seat belt, back up, air temp?

Best Answer

Its the one tied into the egnition key. I have what the locksmith tells me the key that has the alarm on it.


well if you feel like you can do without the alarm you can disconnect the power from it


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