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    Default Anybody installed a "Curb Alert"?

    How'd you go through the firewall in a CTS-V Wagon?

    TIA,
    Tom

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    V-Series Cadillac(s)

    2006 XLR-V, 2011 CTS-V Coupe

    Default Keep us informed

    Getting ready to get one. I just installed a new three piece splitter and don't want to 'crunch' it! Let us know how the install goes!!



    Cubby558
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    '11 V Wagon, ( '13 427 Vette & '14 ATS)

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    Hi Tom,
    The V Wagon a bit longer than your Vette huh?

    Haven't installed a curb alert - yet. So far, so good. I have taken to backing into parking spots with the V Wagon (and the Volt) though. The rear view camera gives a prettly good curb alert.
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