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Reverse sensors!

Everytime i put my truck in reverse the warning alarm sounds!! It does if the truck is clean..dirty..daylight..dark..cold..warm!! It's driving me crazy!! Anyone out here have any advice?? Thanks)
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well... does it stop if you push the over ride button?

is there anything on your bumper?
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OK, thanks for the info. To show my ignorance, what is the problem with 3 nipples...
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Make sure the sensors are very clean. Then if you have something in your receiver, remove it and see if the problem continues.

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Yes they stop when you push the override button..kinda defeating the purpuse of them if they are always being turned off.

No there is nothing in the receiver and it doesn't matter if the truck is sparkling clean or covered with mud,they go off everytime its put in reverse.
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sounds like one of them is defective.
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sensors are real cheap on ebay right now
i got mine from there 2 years ago and no problems
ok so 20 bucks a piece right now i just saw a full set for 34 bucks the other day i guess keep an eye out

i did find the mount cup to hold mine in right that i have not been able to find in 2 years
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Put your parking brake on and set it in reverse...go put your ear up to each one. You should be able to tell which one is bad. Or just buy a replacement and swap till fixed.
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