you might want to pull the lenses off and re seal them even if they look great from the outside due to the fact the silicone used is rubishYes as per the default, maximum Poliscan protection.
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No visible signs of any rock damage or seams leaking.
I may appy a coat of polyurethane glue over the seams on the sensors where front plate meets the housing, in case HP car washes and Canadian salty roads force a leak.
No other falses since, police station drive by does nothing.
i think your right as my self use to get falses it would only trigger on certain types of lighting or ocassiannly in direct sunlight . it eventually got worse and worse untill i found out i had water in a headSomething to note, there was a car in the OP video with HIDs or cheap LEDs of some sort. Kind of bluish light throw. As soon as he passes, the alert dies.
Did you get a Poliscan alert?I was wondering if certain led headlights were causing it.
My system has less than 4000km on it . Never gets driven in the rain or salted roads.
I take care not to directly spray water at the heads.
I will keep an eye out for more false alerts.
Poliscan poses random issues w our ALPs, st least for me anyways. I just live w it like a random BSM Alert.I got a poliscan false alert tonight just two days after reading this thread . Sensors are 10 months old. Never done an auto car wash, always keep direct water away from them.