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Alarm system setup for a Ford F150


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prince504 
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Posted: August 16, 2016 at 5:05 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote prince504
Looking to install a standalone alarm system (no remote start) on a 2010 Ford F150. with a shock and tilt sensor.
I am looking at the Prestige APS25E but it doesn't come with a tilt sensor. Thus, I would like some help on how to integrate the DEI 507M tilt sensor into the system? Also, other installers where do you mount the tilt sensor?
Thnx for any assistance...
howie ll 
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Posted: August 17, 2016 at 4:10 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote howie ll
507, wire orange to Prestige NEG armed output (GWA).
Blue to Prestige trunk trigger (diode separate) and red to power supply.
Frankly the non-answer to the second question is wherever it works, practically though mount longitudinally and cut both loops, centre console area is your best bet.
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Audiovox makes a tilt sensor. Part number is DUB1. The Prestige alarm may even have an extra sensor port that it just plugs into. I know some did at one point. Not sure about that model.
prince504 
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Posted: August 20, 2016 at 8:03 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote prince504
howie ll wrote:
507, wire orange to Prestige NEG armed output (GWA).
Blue to Prestige trunk trigger (diode separate) and red to power supply.
Frankly the non-answer to the second question is wherever it works, practically though mount longitudinally and cut both loops, centre console area is your best bet.
brownsfan1 wrote:
Audiovox makes a tilt sensor. Part number is DUB1. The Prestige alarm may even have an extra sensor port that it just plugs into. I know some did at one point. Not sure about that model.
Thanks for the advice guys...

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