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Old 22-04-2013   #31
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Re: faulty parking sensors

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I just plugged in multiecuscan and got the code C1002 Rear left internal sensor (see screenshot attached) but now I come to think about it a bit more I'm confused about the word "internal". It might just be imperfect translation though.
I would assume that it means the 2nd in from the left. Do you have the full paid multiscan (mine has just expired) and did you connect to the main ECU or to the body ECU?
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Re: faulty parking sensors

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I would assume that it means the 2nd in from the left. Do you have the full paid multiscan (mine has just expired) and did you connect to the main ECU or to the body ECU?
Yes, you must be right - obvious now you've said it, but it didn't occur to me! I have the fully paid version. I think it was the body ECU, but to be honest I can't remember, and my laptop is at work so I can't open it up and check. I definately had to go to a different menu to the one I normally use, e.g for checking the DPF.
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Re: faulty parking sensors

Noticed a faulty parking sensor on Croma 1.9 Diesel 2008. Placed a plastic bucket on a crate in front of each sensor, one by one. Found the second from left to be broken. Connected FES and got the same result (second from left). No warming on the dash board.
Ordered a new one from Ebay, p/n 735393479, black, about 15 euro, all in. Was able to replace the sensor without dismounting the bumper, no towhook fitted. Painted it in the correct colour after testing.
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