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"Crash Data Recorders

When a traffic crash reconstructionist wanted to know the speed of a car in the seconds before it crashed into the side of a school bus, he found that information, and more, in the car's Event Data Recorder (EDR), a feature quickly becoming standard on all cars. The recorder, a four-inch square metal box, is currently installed in most recent GM vehicles and select 2000 and later Ford vehicles."
- *** excerpted from Harris Technical Services Website

For more information go to:

http://www.harristechnical.com/cdr.htm for general CDR information

and then check out

http://www.harristechnical.com/downloads/cdrlist.pdf for a list of vehicles with CDR installed


It would seem according to this information that the Buick Enclave has a CDR onboard.
 

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I'm pretty sure this is part of OnStar.
 

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Joe-drum said:
WELCOME TO "BIG BROTHER"WATCHING YOU
exactly right, im not sure people really know what onstar is but it doesnt bother me that they are watching, besides they've been watching for years and years anyway. its just that more people know about it now.
 

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some older vehicles and most motorcycles will "pin" the speedometer at what speed the crashed occurred, same principle but much simpler format for the older vehicle without the digital display.
 
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