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I bought the 17 GM shock sensor to add to the factory alarm on my 2017 Sierra SLT.  The dealer said it will not work on my truck because I do not have AUO code and that code was eliminated by GM in 2016.  Is there anything out there to add a shock sensor to the factory alarm?

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