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Old 04-16-2008, 02:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Cool Glass break sensor works.

When the dealer installed the glass break sensor on the factory alarm I asked the tech how they tested the sensor. He stated they did not test it just put it in. Well tonight the back glass took a baseball through it, and sure enough it works.
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When the dealer installed the glass break sensor on the factory alarm I asked the tech how they tested the sensor. He stated they did not test it just put it in. Well tonight the back glass took a baseball through it, and sure enough it works.
Bummer! Were you at least at a major league game bro, or was it the little punk asses down the street?
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Bummer! Were you at least at a major league game bro, or was it the little punk asses down the street?
It's sad the glass broke but safe to know the alarm works. Now I have to find out from the dealership how much will it cost me to do this. I want it.
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You should also be able to test it (and adjust the sensitivity) by banging on the window pretty hard...
with a brick...
Just kidding... banging on your window pretty hard with your hand should work.
Sorry about your window.... That's a mess.
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You should also be able to test it (and adjust the sensitivity) by banging on the window pretty hard...
with a brick...
Just kidding... banging on your window pretty hard with your hand should work.
Sorry about your window.... That's a mess.
Yea that's what I was gonna say. There's a microphone that is hooked up to it that should pick up the sound of you hitting the glass.
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what a mess .. definitely good to know .. hope someone is paying for it for you .. and hopefully you dont have a crewmax
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It was a high school game. I parked in the last row but luck was not with me. FYI it was $540 to have it replaced. The crew max sliding window was the first one this window place had done, but it seems ok for now.

BTW got my crew max two weeks ago and this site has been a blessing and a curse. I've learned more about this truck than I ever knew about my previous vehicles. On the other hand I've got a TRD CAI and zoomers exhaust on the way with a lowering kit and supercharger in my future. While membership here does not require fees it sure is expensive!
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It was a high school game. I parked in the last row but luck was not with me. FYI it was $540 to have it replaced. The crew max sliding window was the first one this window place had done, but it seems ok for now.

BTW got my crew max two weeks ago and this site has been a blessing and a curse. I've learned more about this truck than I ever knew about my previous vehicles. On the other hand I've got a TRD CAI and zoomers exhaust on the way with a lowering kit and supercharger in my future. While membership here does not require fees it sure is expensive!
Yes expensive but worth it for you.
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