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      10-13-2009, 12:13 PM   #1
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Smile E90 OEM Anti-theft Alarm installation instructions - 65120403658

I was looking for the instructions but couldn't find them on the forum. I got this from Circle BMW in-case others need it.
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Valuable thing.
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      10-17-2009, 07:28 PM   #3
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Cool - Now the thieves know how to uninstall it.
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Originally Posted by SkilledrottleM3 View Post
Cool - Now the thieves know how to uninstall it.
Very clever first post.

These instructions have been available practically forever and don't reveal any state secrets. Further, since there is a motion detector, they may be able to "uninstall it" but it will be working perfectly while they lift the car, remove the locking lug and my wheel to get to the cover to remove the siren...... Or, perhaps you're concerned with them triggering it with the doors while removing the motion sensor, I'm not sure.

Unless, of course, they're creative enough to pry the hood open to cut the battery cables first. Oh, wait, that's not going to help is it???

It is, after all, just an alarm and a relatively minor line of defense. It'll be o.k.
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