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post #1 of 15 Old 04-23-2010, 09:05 AM Thread Starter
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Park sensor module

Where is the module located for the park sensors? Dealer says thats whats keeping mine from working and I was going to pick one up and replace. Thanks
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Did you ever get that fixed? Mine quit working too. If so how much was the part? Thanks

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No I never did get mine fixed. Still have no idea where the module is on the truck. I think it was somewhere in the neighborhood of $200. Maybe someone else has some input

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Mitchell onDemand said it is at the right kick panel. If that is any help mine doesn't work either but i haven't messed with it.
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DO you have backup camera on the mirror or just Park Distance control?

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I just have the park sensors, i wish i had the camera
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I just looked in my ford workshop manual and it says the module is behind the pass side cowl kick panel.

Now are you sure it is the module that is the problem? The parking aid wasnt working in my friends truck but mine was. So what we did was remove the 5 sensors from his bumper. Remove one of my sensors and one by one plug each one of his sensors into my truck untill we found one of his sensors that made my parking aid not work. So he bought a sensor from ford for $150 and his parking aid now works.

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I just looked in my ford workshop manual and it says the module is behind the pass side cowl kick panel.

Now are you sure it is the module that is the problem? The parking aid wasnt working in my friends truck but mine was. So what we did was remove the 5 sensors from his bumper. Remove one of my sensors and one by one plug each one of his sensors into my truck untill we found one of his sensors that made my parking aid not work. So he bought a sensor from ford for $150 and his parking aid now works.
Forgive me for being dumb as to this, but I was trying to find the module and couldnt for the life of me. I see that you have it behind the passenger side cowl kick panel....is that not the same as behind the kick panel on the inside of the cab by where the passenger's feet would be? I pulled that out and couldnt find it

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Forgive me for being dumb as to this, but I was trying to find the module and couldnt for the life of me. I see that you have it behind the passenger side cowl kick panel....is that not the same as behind the kick panel on the inside of the cab by where the passenger's feet would be? I pulled that out and couldnt find it
Yeah that sounds like where it should be according to the manual. Ive never looked for mine or had the kick panel out though. Sorry i cant be more help but hopefully somebody that has will see this and let us know where exactly it is.

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i've read in a related post that it could be behind the glove box, mine haven't worked for a while either. but just last night they started working when it was 5 degrees outside, but when its warm and i need them it seems like they quit. go figure. hopes this helps

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