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#677753 - 20th Mar 2012 7:14pm Rear parking sensors
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Can anyone recommend a garage/specialist to fit the above - must be a professional job

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#677766 - 20th Mar 2012 7:41pm Re: Rear parking sensors [Re: buddy]
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Car connection on the dock rd wallasey, better than anyone in the uk.

http://www.carconnection.gbr.cc/

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#677774 - 20th Mar 2012 7:51pm Re: Rear parking sensors [Re: buddy]
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would they also be able to fix rear parking sensors

my 2004 vectra has standard rear park assist installed but its constantly faulting, there's also error codes for it showing whenever i scan the ecu

progressively got worse ever since my insurance company installed a tracker into the car

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#677792 - 20th Mar 2012 8:05pm Re: Rear parking sensors [Re: buddy]
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Yes bud, thats what they do.

(off topic but did you get a cheaper quote having the tracker fitted?)
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#677819 - 20th Mar 2012 8:16pm Re: Rear parking sensors [Re: buddy]
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Thanks for the recommendation Ste, e-mail sent

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#677835 - 20th Mar 2012 8:46pm Re: Rear parking sensors [Re: buddy]
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I bought mine on ebay for £12, dead easy to fit. did it myself. it will cost you about £100 or more to get it done for you.

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#677842 - 20th Mar 2012 9:15pm Re: Rear parking sensors [Re: TheComputerLab]
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I bought mine on ebay for £12, dead easy to fit. did it myself. it will cost you about £100 or more to get it done for you.



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That's what i would do personaly but i enjoy working on cars so it wouldn't bother me.
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#677861 - 20th Mar 2012 10:25pm Re: Rear parking sensors [Re: buddy]
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withthat

I bought a set off Ebay for MissGuided, took a couple of hours to fit doing a tidy job - the kit even came with the sensor painted the right colour, and a hole saw the right size for drilling the bumper.

...also fitted a set for her Dad, again, couple of hours to make sure it was a tidy job smile
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#677888 - 21st Mar 2012 1:28am Re: Rear parking sensors [Re: _Ste_]
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Yes bud, thats what they do.

(off topic but did you get a cheaper quote having the tracker fitted?)


it was part of the insurance deal matey

had to have one fitted by them (clearbox). was with Insurethebox.com but now got rid of them and the box goes tomorrow

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#677899 - 21st Mar 2012 6:13am Re: Rear parking sensors [Re: _Ste_]
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Car connection on the dock rd wallasey, better than anyone in the uk.

http://www.carconnection.gbr.cc/

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