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Old 12-09-2012, 03:54 PM   #1
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What is this!

Anybody know what this is.....I found it laying in the bottom next to the drivers side head light compartment. It looks as if it was double sided taped to the frame but came off.









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Old 12-09-2012, 03:57 PM   #2
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I got these tech manuals for $90. They have barely been used. Did I get a fair deal.....

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It could be a motion/impact sensor for a aftermarket alarm system. The arrow on one side and being double sided taped on makes me think thats what it is.
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What's it hooked to?
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Its the overflow reservoir for the blinker fluid
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What's it hooked to?

It just runs up to the fire wall and disappears there. I am thinking its part of a aftermarket alarm too, but was concerned it was some part of the tire pressure system or accelerometer sensor for the g-force system that my car doesnt have as far as i know.....
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Definitely nothing to do with the TPMS system. Do you have an aftermarket alarm?
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Definitely nothing to do with the TPMS system. Do you have an aftermarket alarm?

Not that I am aware of. If it did it must be bypassed now because I don't have anything but the original key fob. I will pull the drivers side lower console cover to see if I can find what its running to this weekend.
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You could just cut the wires and see what doesn't work
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You could just cut the wires and see what doesn't work
That's just mean!
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