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    Turbo Timer Problem....

    K, heres my problem. I've had an Apexi TT for awhile but have been unable to arm the alarm while the car is running. Recently I found that there is a way to make it work. I cut the dark green wire with the black stripe, and the grey wire as well. Tested it out and it worked fine.

    I drove home, got out and set the alarm. Walked away......and a few moments later the alarm went off . I tried it again........alarm goes off. I turn the car off, and set the alarm and notice that the dash light is flashing the security light

    Any idea what went wrong?
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    try re-connecting each wire and try 1 at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GIRex
    try re-connecting each wire and try 1 at a time.
    ???? why would I reconnect them??? It's weird, I just went to walgreens, and it took about 4min before the car set off the alarm on it's own. Really really weird.
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    Found the problem. It was the shock sensor being set to max sensitivity. Works great now.
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    I take it the shock sensor is on the Apexi TT?

    I find that mine is doing the exact same thing, only I have the Blitz FATT II. For some reason, the alarm will go off at random while the timer is counting down. Any ideas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DenverWRX
    I take it the shock sensor is on the Apexi TT?

    I find that mine is doing the exact same thing, only I have the Blitz FATT II. For some reason, the alarm will go off at random while the timer is counting down. Any ideas?
    No, the shock sensor is part of the factory alarm. You need to remove the center console covering the ebrake assembly. Then you will see the black security box. On the box there is a lil black piece of tape and the words above it saying shock sensor etc. Remove the tap and adjust the setting. I put mine in the middle of the max and min setting.
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    Awsome! I'll go try that right now. Thank ya' very much.
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