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post #1 of 11 Old 09-06-2010, 08:02 AM Thread Starter
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Back up sensors but no dash button??

I just picked up an 05 Harley Davidson F350 and the bumper has the sensors and wires but there is no dash button. Possible bumper replacement, nothing showed on the CarFax and dealership listed it with the rear sensors as an option.

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For me they don't serve any purpose. I get tired of turning them off when I hook up my trailer.
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could you please post pictures of you dash. i have 06 lariet with reverse senors. my on off switch is just to the right of the dash gauges, but in fact the bumper could have been replaced by the previous owner, with that being said it would not show up on carfax.
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What happens when you back up to a wall or other object? Do you hear a beeping noise?

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My 06 F-350 Harley Davidson has those sensors too, with the button to right of guages above the power switches and trailer brake actuater. Was dealership options list for Harley truck or standard F-350?
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Bringing this one back from the dead. I just picked up an '05 F350 that has rear sensors and no dash button as well. The sensors work as expected when shifted into reverse. There just is no dash button to turn them off. Anyone seen this? Or have an idea?

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My room mate has a switch under the steering column.
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My room mate has a switch under the steering column.
I'll take a look to see if I do.

Is his an aftermarket sensor, or Ford?

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My switch is on the same panel as my ESOF 4x4 switch. I'm looking for a new switch panel with esof, parking sensor switch, and power rear slider switch.


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I'm pretty sure his are OEM.
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