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Is that only for the C? I checked, and it's not under there. Does it depend on what soundgroup you have. I have the base, will it still have the amp?

Just got off the phone with the service tech, who (get this) says that the amp is on the side of the trunk...??whah?
 

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go to wykoff.com and you can get a service/shop manual on a CD for $79.95 that will tell you were ever thing is. Mine comes tomorrow.
 

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Under the passenger seat is the black box which tells the state police, the states attorneys office and the lawyers what you were doing right before the accident you had. Self incrimination at it's best. You can plead the fifth in court, but your car will not.
 

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dkals said:
Under the passenger seat is the black box which tells the state police, the states attorneys office and the lawyers what you were doing right before the accident you had. Self incrimination at it's best. You can plead the fifth in court, but your car will not.
Crap...these cars have the black box :(

Do all of the new cars regardless of make have them now also?
 

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dkals said:
Under the passenger seat is the black box which tells the state police, the states attorneys office and the lawyers what you were doing right before the accident you had. Self incrimination at it's best. You can plead the fifth in court, but your car will not.
doesn't it only record like only 2 seconds before your airbags deploy?
 

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dkals said:
Under the passenger seat is the black box which tells the state police, the states attorneys office and the lawyers what you were doing right before the accident you had. Self incrimination at it's best. You can plead the fifth in court, but your car will not.
Mine don't! Bypassed it.
 

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wesexcellence said:
Mine don't! Bypassed it.
I swear wes with all the mods and tricks you do to your car I want to plant myself right next to you. Keep setting the bar man Im sure we all enjoy watching.
 

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wesexcellence said:
Mine don't! Bypassed it.
DAM someone rehashed the black box again....this make me so f'n mad :mad: i didnt know tho that anyone knew how to bypass it?..youve figured it out wesex??if so ill be picking my srt up in a week or so i would love to stop bye your shop on my way home and have you do that for me..at a cost ofcourse :rolleyes: ..let me know....herbs
 

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AMPLIFIER
DESCRIPTION
The amplifier (2) is available in two ratings: 288 watt
(RD7), and 380 watt (RDF). The amplifier is mounted
to the left of the steering column under the instrument
panel.
OPERATION
The amplifier receives fused battery current from a fuse in the rear Power Distribution Center (PDC) at all times.
The internal circuitry of the amplifier switches the amplifier ON based upon a CAN bus message that is received
from the radio receiver whenever the radio is turned on. The amplifier receives the sound signal inputs from the left
and right rear outputs of the radio, then sends the amplified speaker outputs for each of those channels to the
speakers.
DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING
AMPLIFIER
Any diagnosis of the Audio system should begin with the use of a scan tool and the appropriate Diagnostic
Service information.
Refer to the appropriate wiring information.
The amplifier unit should be checked if there is no sound output noted from the speakers. For diagnosis of the
power amplifier, (Refer to 8 - ELECTRICAL/AUDIO/SPEAKER - DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING).
REMOVAL
NOTE: A battery reconnect procedure must be performed
anytime the battery has been disconnected.
(Refer to 8 - ELECTRICAL/BATTERY
SYSTEM - STANDARD PROCEDURE).
1. Disconnect and isolate battery negative cable.
2. Remove the instrument panel silencer.
8A - 164 AUDIO/VIDEO - SERVICE INFORMATION LX
maybe this will help
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300PMP said:
Is that only for the C? I checked, and it's not under there. Does it depend on what soundgroup you have. I have the base, will it still have the amp?

Just got off the phone with the service tech, who (get this) says that the amp is on the side of the trunk...??whah?
the base radio does not have an amp
 

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dkals said:
Under the passenger seat is the black box which tells the state police, the states attorneys office and the lawyers what you were doing right before the accident you had. Self incrimination at it's best. You can plead the fifth in court, but your car will not.
Any car with airbags built in the last 10 years or so has had the ability to store crash data . so this is nothing new
 

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Any car with airbags built in the last 10 years or so has had the ability to store crash data . so this is nothing new

I was not aware of that :confused:

If that is all they record then I'm alright with that.
 
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