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SpeedForm Front End Parking Assist Sensor (79-20 All)

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      Review & Installation Video

      Hey everyone I’m Justin with and I’m checking out a nice little gadget that’s sure to save a few lower chin spoilers, front air dams and even front bumpers thanks to this parking assist sensor for all model Mustangs. We’ve all been there, pulling into a new place or parking lot only to not notice those evil little concrete parking blocks resulting in a not so nice scratch on that front end. Well with this kit those incidents become a thing of the past. The sensor mounts on the front bumper or like we do with our 2011 GT here, under the front bumper, and by using advanced infrared technology it audibly warns you when your front chin spoiler is getting a little too close for comfort. Well, we can talk about this all day but the only way to get a true sense of how this product actually works is to put it to the test. Hey guys were out here in the parking lot of AmericanMuscle headquarters putting our parking assist sensor to the test to see if it works. *Beep* *Beep* *Beep*, Alright you aren’t missing that another spoiler saved thanks to this kit. The kit includes an infrared sensor itself and waterproof housing, an alarm, and also a control box. The install is made very straight forward thanks to the detailed instructions and thanks to the fact that there is no drilling required for this kit what-so-ever, all you have to do is run a few wires and find a place to locate the sensor after that its basic power and ground installation that should take you no longer than an hour, when you factor in time to calibrate the kit. Calibrating your new kit is very easy, all you need is a cardboard box that your kit came in to be placed in front of your vehicle at the desired location you would like the alarm to sound, once you have done that simply adjust your sensor while holding the button on the calibration box until you start to hear the beep, once you have that done you are all set and ready to go. So if you’ve been on the losing end of some of those parking lot battles and you’re tired of scraping up your ride you’ll definitely enjoy the extra protection from this parking assist sensor.

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Audible Alarm Warns of Curb Impact
      • Advanced Infra-Red Triangulation Technology
      • Adjustable Warning Distance from 8" to 28"
      • Automatic Power-Up on Vehicle Ignition
      • Weatherproof Housing
      • No Drilling Required for Installation
      • Fits All Year Mustangs


      Avoid Curb Rash. The SpeedForm Front End Parking Assist Sensor is perfect for lowered Mustangs (or new drivers) to warn of a potential front end curb impact with an audible alarm. Making curb rash a thing of the past.

      Modern Electronics. Using advanced infra-red triangulation technology and specialized embedded software you can adjust the SpeedForm Front End Parking Assist Sensor warning distance from 8" to 28" (bumper to curb). Designed to power-up automatically on vehicle ignition, the Front End Parking Assist Sensor won't drain your battery.

      Straight Forward Installation. The SpeedForm Front End Parking Assist Sensor does not require any drilling for installation and can be easily removed from your Mustang with no after-marks. Kit includes sensor with weatherproof housing, sensor calibration procedures, all wiring, wire ties, user guide and installation directions.

      The SpeedForm Front End Parking Assist Sensor will fit any year or model of Ford Mustang, including the LX, V6, GT, Bullitt, Mach 1, SVT Cobra and Shelby GT500 models.


      Fitment: 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Details

      MPN# 94600

      CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -


      Customer Reviews (91)

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      Ratings Summary

      4.3 out of 5 overall rating from 91 customers

      • January 09, 2020

        5 2018 GT - WilliamR

        Saved my front end!

        Great product and easy install. Use , buy a fuse add a circuit for electric, only challenge is finding your firewall groumet...2018 mustang Easy behind passenger wheel well cover.

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      • November 09, 2019

        1 2006 GT - awesomestang

        Not worth it

        Bought this two years ago kept going off for no reason adjusted multiple times . Still had false alarms . Contacted American muscle they replaced and still the same problem gave up and forgot about it .

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      • October 12, 2019

        2 2012 V6 - JulieR

        Does not fit

        I bought the sensor for the mustang, to help me with parking, but the sensor doesn't fit anywhere on the car, I have a chin spoiler, so the pictures where others have theirs, mine will not fit. I am returning it back to American muscle.

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      • October 05, 2019

        5 2007 GT - DannyC

        Works Awesome!

        Bought this for my wife’s 2019 California Special. She was concerned about hitting the lower chin spoiler and this does the trick. She loves it.

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      • September 01, 2019

        3 2005 GT - S19705

        Install curb alarm

        Instructions were very vague , couldn’t make sense out of some steps . After 35 years of Mustangs and restoring them . I just followed my frame of thought to just start over after step on .Good thing I’m mechanically inclined , I finally figured it out on my own and got it done . Does take a lot longer to do than they say . If I didn’t know cars I would took to a professional shop . I bet most buyers do .

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      • May 22, 2019

        3 2019 GT - Details

        So So on reliability

        I have driven my car 4 day since installing the sensor and it works about 65 of the time. I will give it a try for about 30 days and see what I will have for results then. I have a 6 week old 2019 GT PREMIUM CALIFORNIA SPECIAL that I dropped 1” all 4corners and 1” spacers all 4 corners, tinted the windows, and it is Shadow Black with the 10 speed and it looks great and goes 150 easily.

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      • March 24, 2019

        1 2010 GT - FRANK

        worked less than one year

        worked great for awhile, but should last longer than 10 months. getting power, no more audio.

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      • February 21, 2019

        4 2017 EcoBoost - CharlesR

        Good fit

        Mounted under air dam. Cable for the sensor was almost too short. Some of the YouTube videos out there made it easier to adjust.

        Helpful (1)
      • January 28, 2019

        2 2015 EcoBoost - robbie

        Fair Product

        Easy install. Everything needed is included. Love the fact no drilling was required. However the sensor does go off on slight inclines, and declines based on location mounted on the car. I do fee this product is inconsistent at time. I wouldn’t recommend this item.

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      • November 28, 2018

        4 2018 GT - JohnS

        front end sensor

        love the item...keeps anybody from messing up the front end on a high cord or other

        Helpful (5)

      Questions & Answers (13 answers)

      5 Top Rated Questions

      In the instructions it says to connect to constant power. Normally I would wire a device like this to a switched source. Is there any concern about power drain with this being connected to a constant power source? Is it not drawing current all the time? Yes it would be small, but if my car sits for a week or so will it start? Why does it need power all the time? Would it not still worked if it was switched?

      • The SpeedForm Front End Parking Assist Sensor does indeed need to be attached to constant power, but as long as your Mustang is shut off with the key out of the ignition, nothing will be draining your battery, so you have nothing to worry about on that front.

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      What kind of range does this thing have . I'm not talking about distance but rather height or width, like for instance another car or a back garage wall? Of course the height range is the one that interests me most.

      • How this Sensor works: 1] It has a very narrow horizontal band (left to right) for detection of an object. Only straight ahead; like another car, wall or curb. 2] Sensor's ability to send a signal and wait its return is probably limited to perhaps 3'. 3] It can not detect or effectively detect narrow vertical objects such as a light pole. 4] Where you mount it determines its "field-of-view" of a target. If its mounted on the bottom of your car (front or back) it will detect a curb or any wide object depending upon the Sensor's angle but not safely beyond 3'. If its mounted (Example) on the front edge of your hood as a reference, it will detect a car's rear end or a wall if its within 3' or less. 5] False feedback signals seem common; such as a sudden glare reflection. Random alerts seem problematic. 6] Keep the Sensor clean or false signals will be common.

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      How do i stop false alarms ? sometimes driving down a flat road or highway It will go off for like 3 seconds , and a few seconds later it will do it again , it usually does it 3 or 4 times then it will stop ... and it will do it sporadically ... please help it is getting obnoxious ... thank you

      • I have the same problem, it beeps with ghosts present or no object even nearby. Sensor requires retraining!!! 1] Place the front of your car, where the distance of the object (such as a garage door) is measured in inches (example 18") from the Sensor. 2] Disconnect the power from the unit for at least 3 minutes and then return power to it. 3] Drive Test its ability to be smart again VERY SLOWLY until it sounds. Remeasure. 4] Repeat if necessary.

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      Wall detection? I'm wondering if this sensor would only detect curbs, or would it also detect walls just fine? I was planning to use it for reverse parking since it was mentioned that it would also work on the back end.

      • We carry a Rear Bumper Parking Assist Sensor specifically designed for reverse parking. I've included the link below for you so you can check it out.

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      Would these work for the rear end as well?

      • Hi Jonlucas, Yes it would work. The thing to remember is are you pulling up to curbs etc ... like the front end? I thought about the same safty aspects but then realized that the corners are potentially the most nicked up for me in the rear I then found multi sensor kits to cover the corners, for me the $ was a little hard to swallow. I then realized a camera was the way to go for me. You'll need to examine your needs & go the rout that serves you best. Hope this helps. H.T.

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      8 More Questions
      Let's face it, Aesthetics count. I'd like to devise a way to mount this behind my lower grill on my shelby such that the sensor is centered on one of the openings and looks through it. Otherwise it looks like a JC whitney Deer shrieker:) Has this been tested? Will it detect the grill as an obstacle? what is the size of the sensor head? could I wire in a typical round sensor from an OEM application which might be smaller and more conducive to this style solution? Kenny 1 answer
      Does it make a sound/beep when you turn on the car key or start the car!? 1 answer
      I have a 2018 GT Premium with PP2 which makes this car sit way low and I've already had a license plate bracket torn off and rip my chin spoiler. I'm not exactly sure where this would go on my car and after the plate bracket fiasco, I really need one of these. I don't see any customer photos of what my car looks like in front. I learned the hard way that there is a significant difference between PP1 PP2 as well. What do you say, American Muscle? Others with the same car? Wish I could post a pic in my query! 1 answer
      Does this beep at u the closer you get? Or what? How do you keep this from going off for road obstacles. 1 answer
      Would this work on a 2016 mustang? 1 answer
      Where is the firewall entry gland located? The installation instructions/pictures suck and are not very descriptive at all. 1 answer
      Does the sensor clamp on, screw on or stick on to the bumper with an adhesive? 1 answer
      will this sensor detect small objects like a trailer ball hitch? Didn't see the trailer ball hitch while parking. I barely hit it left a big scratch. I didn't even know I hit it until I checked my car after I parked. If the answer is No can you think of an alternative like front camera or maybe even a real bumper 2 answers

      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Sensor
      • (1) Alarm
      • (1) Control Module
      • Zip ties
      • Clips
      • Allen wrench

      Will It Fit My Mustang

      • Boss 302 - 12, 13
      • Bullitt - 01, 08, 09, 19, 20
      • Cobra - 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 01, 03, 04
      • Cobra R - 93, 95, 00
      • EcoBoost - 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
      • GT - 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
      • GT350 - 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
      • GT350R - 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
      • GT500 - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 20
      • LX - 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93
      • Mach 1 - 03, 04
      • Other - 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86
      • V6 - 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17

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