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Author Topic: Parking Sensor Constant Tone  (Read 675 times)

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Andy B

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Re: Parking Sensor Constant Tone
« Reply #15 on: 30 April 2019, 10:40:48 »

Problem solved, fixed itself, for now at least. Got into car today, sensors working normally again.

Maybe water has got to where it shouldn't and has now dried out now that the weather is nicer   :-\
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Re: Parking Sensor Constant Tone
« Reply #16 on: 30 April 2019, 11:44:21 »

The o rings swell slightly when wet, and are equally disrupted by excess polish, dirt or frost.  ;)
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Re: Parking Sensor Constant Tone
« Reply #17 on: 30 April 2019, 11:58:28 »

Problem solved, fixed itself, for now at least. Got into car today, sensors working normally again.

Maybe water has got to where it shouldn't and has now dried out now that the weather is nicer   :-\

I like to think it was the spirited drive home, I was up late at office supporting Game of Thrones and left office at 10:15PM.

Empty roads, not sure what got into 3.2 but it felt very different. Perhaps cooler damp air of the evening, it just wanted to pull pull pull, felt quicker than normal.  :-\
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