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When I took the bottom part of my dash off a little box with wires fell out and on it it had stages one and two and it said shock sensor. It was made in the U.S.A.. Did this come with the car or did the person before me put it in?


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I have wires and stuff falling out of my dash all the time. So I dont know what to tell you.


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Alpine CD head deck
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If you have an alarm, then that is your shock sensor for the alarm. Mine is attached to part of the stearing column, or something under there. Is it a little box? And do u have an alarm? If so just tie rap that **** on somewhere under there!


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<b></b>very important, do not connect just anywhere<b></b>


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you should connect the sensor to a very stable place prefferably the steering colum itself, when i had mine installed the connected it to the wires under the dash which allows for less shock to the sensor, this is a BAD thing. i found out the hard way after 12,000 in stereo equip. was stolen out of my car in the middle of the night without the alarm going off because the shock sensor was in the wrong place. Word to the wise you should all check to see where your sensors are located. a thief might steal your whole car not just the stereo like mine


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