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1. Where do I put it?

2. Who pays for the speeding tickets?

3. Is it illegal to smile this much?

I put my new Attitude in this AM (thanks JK!) and have been messing around with it.

I do not want to create any new holes for the dealer to find when I remove it for Oil Changes. I have seen the overhead mount and I like it there, but I guess since its new I want it where I can see it.

I would appreciate any pics of places other than overhead anyone has come up with. I have wandered through some sigs, but really havent seen anyone mount it in a visible location where I can run the wires inconspiciously.

Thanks for any hints!
 

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Will Superchip/BullyDog/Van Aaken/The Edge Tuning/K&N/4” Exhaust void my warranty?
<B style="mso-bidi-font-weight: normal">NO[/B]. Federal law prohibits a dealer from voiding your warranty just because you are using aftermarket speed equipment, with only two exceptions: the warranty can be voided if the aftermarket part causes damage, or adversely affects the emissions or the emissions system. In recent documents produced by the SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association), a trade association representing specialty automotive parts manufacturers, the following quotes have been extracted:
"The vehicle manufacturer is not allowed to void the vehicle warranty just because aftermarket equipment is installed on the vehicle. This protection for consumers is the result of a parts self certification program developed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA).
"Under the program, if a parts maker completes the EPA process of self-certifying its parts, the vehicle manufacturer cannot void the warranty even if the certified part has failed and is directly responsible for the warranty claim. In cases where such a failed aftermarket part is responsible for a warranty claim, the manufacturer must arrange a settlement with the part manufacturer, but the new vehicle warrant is not void under the law. "If the failure to honor a claim involves the new-vehicle warranty, and it appears that the manufacturer is improperly denying a claim, the incident should be reported to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). The FTC is responsible for monitoring compliance with the warranty law; the agency's telephone number is 202/326-3128."
 

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I mounted mine just above the stereo on the dash. Close ot my line of sight yet unobtrusive. I used a little peice of aluminum, like apeice of a soda can and bent it over the dash bezel then used double sticky tape to keep it in place, very solid. Cost $0.


 

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4........you *****
 

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Well...


Some of us don't live that fargin' close to Fort Walton Beach FL!!
 

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Been looking at that same spot! I have a factory stereo so Im still messing with cable routing, etc.

Its a darn good thing I dont live that close to Ft Walton Beach, Its kinda hard to explain away a $5000 credit card bill!
 
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