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Old 05-14-2012, 08:18 PM   #1
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Tilt sensor settings

I going to get a alarm system installed on my Camaro. I want to get the tilt sensor installed also but I have some questions about it. Here in WA we some times have to park on a incline. Will the tilt sensor learn the position when armed or will it set off the alarm.
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The tilt sensor will "learn" it's location when you set the alarm. Changing it from that "learned" location will set off the alarm.
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The tilt sensor will "learn" it's location when you set the alarm. Changing it from that "learned" location will set off the alarm.
Ok thank you
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