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Author Topic: How to replace rear park assist sensor in 07 Av?  (Read 4343 times)
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« on: 05/18/10 01:47 PM »

Hi, I tried the search tool and came up empty...sorry if this is a common issue. 

I have the service park assist DIC message, and the dealer told me what sensor is bad...I just didn't want to pay the $480 to replace it yet.  Has anyone ever replaced one and is there anything like programming that needs to be done?

Thanks in advance,
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« Reply #1 on: 05/18/10 02:09 PM »

One thread only in the proper section please...thanks
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« Reply #2 on: 12/09/10 05:41 PM »

Hi, I tried the search tool and came up empty...sorry if this is a common issue. 

I have the service park assist DIC message, and the dealer told me what sensor is bad...I just didn't want to pay the $480 to replace it yet.  Has anyone ever replaced one and is there anything like programming that needs to be done?

Thanks in advance,
Bryon

hey i feel your pain i came over in this section with a similar situation.my shows up on the dash  saying"parking assist is off" Sad
but $480. to fix it Huh i'll just leave it on Sad
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« Reply #3 on: 12/09/10 07:22 PM »

if you know which sensor is bad, should be just a matter of popping it out of the bumper and plugging in a new one..   the sensors are only about $80 - $120 depending on the dealer..

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« Reply #4 on: 12/09/10 07:49 PM »

if you know which sensor is bad, should be just a matter of popping it out of the bumper and plugging in a new one..   the sensors are only about $80 - $120 depending on the dealer..



your right i went to "youTube"type in my problem and it showed a  clip on how to change them out.real easy  Thumbs up!
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« Reply #5 on: 01/26/11 01:21 AM »

what did the dealer charge you to troubleshoot? do you have it fixed?
I have the same problem, they are really easy to pop in and out, I am trying to locate the control module to troublehsoot but cant find it.


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