[DML] Re: Proximity sensor
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[DML] Re: Proximity sensor



Yes, they can be found.

I bought one for my wife's Yukon a couple of years ago.  As I 
recall, I got it from Sears online.  The model I selected had the 
sensor built into a license plate frame, but they had a version with 
attach-them-yourself sensors.  It paid for itself almost right away.

I believe there is even an "As Seen on TV" model for about $50, 
though I don't know if it's as reliable.

A search online for "backup sensor" should get you started.

You could probably build some "Stainless Curb Feelers." :)

Marv
#10820
AZ-D

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Tell you if you ask." <racuti1@...> 
wrote:
>
> Modern vehicles have a proximity sensor that beeps at the 
instrument 
> console when the driver is about to back into an object such as a 
> concrete pole, pedestrian or other object.
> 
> Is anyone aware of an aftermarket, DIY kit that we could purchase 
for 
> the DeLorean?
> 
> My intention is to mount it in the lower radiator grill to warn 
> against striking curbs with the radiator & mounting brackets when 
> parking.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Rich A.
> #5335
>










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