2.7 Kim

Parking sensors

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Hi guys my parking sensors don't work ( not that I need them but hubby might :) ) the module is in the boot but not sure if someone has removed the fuse.....any help appreciated

Thanks

Kim x

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Do they do anything at all Kim?

 

With reverse gear selected, place your ear close to each sensor in turn and see if you can hear a faint buzzing noise.

 

Just a thought... you haven't got them disabled at the overhead console switch?

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there isn't a switch for them in the overhead console :(

OK. Not every car had one.

Do the sensors buzz?

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Ok got hubby to stand behind the car n I put it in reverse............. No noise at all from the parking sensors. Wonder if the fuse has been removed

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The only fuse I can find would be fuse 29, a 5A fuse in the passenger compartment fuse box.

 

That fuse, however, also has links to voice control and the Front Electronics Module.

 

Worth an initial check though.

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You must have a very trusting hubbie if he's willing to stand behind the car while you put it in reverse  Ha, ha, :D

Sorry this doesn't help with your problem does it.

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Just standing behind the vehicle won't be close enough to here them working, you have to put your ear on each one to hear a rapid clicking noise if they are working, better still get one of those cheap mechanic stethoscope and listen to each one.

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That's what hubby did. Very trustingly put ear to each sensor

 

 

Did you check the fuse Kim?

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Fuse is next job to do lol. Is it in the fuse box in drivers footwell

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