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Rear parking sensor not working

I want to locate the Rear packing sensor of my 2003 volvo xc90

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Test for open or faulty see the diagram use the VOM.
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put car into reverse with ignition on (not running) and either listen very closely or feel each sensor with your finger tips, you should hear a clicking noise or feel a ticking on the good sensors. once you have determined the faulty one simply release the two plastic retaining clips and push the sensor through the bumper inwards, then remove plug and fit new sensor

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