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Parking aid Module

We have a 2004 X Limited. Can somebody please tell me

1...where is the parking aid module located, &

2...the part number for said module.

Our backup sensor was working just fine a few days ago...and now the button on the dash lights up "off" as soon as the X is put in reverse. I hooked my AE up, and it tells me it can not communicate with the parking assist module.

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I finally found the part number for the parking assist module in case anybody in the future needs it.

1C7Z-15K866-AA

Still haven't had the time to track down its location yet.
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Where is this module located on the truck, mine have been doing this for ages, couldn't figure out the problem. And could anybody please post a site where u can order one from?
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Thanks in advance!
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most often the problem is a loose connection or water in the connection under the bumper. Trace the wires from each of the 4 connectors and make sure they have a good solid connection.

One of mine has a hairline crack which occasionally get water in it. not worth it to me to repair as I have a b/u camera.

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