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My rear back up sensor not working. Can't find it in mannual. The horn that beeps when you are backing up and it warns you if you are too close to something. Is it a fuse? If so, where would I find it? Thanks in advance for your help

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Check the fuse for the back up lights usually in the drivers side interior of the car if the fuse is ok then you have to replace the neutral safety switch mounted on the transmission,

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