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When I put car in reverse there's sometimes a long beep and sometimes no sound could my sensors damaged ?

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Generally the sensors dont get damaged as they are restricted to one function at limited number of times but yes due to time it might need some cleaning to function well.

Posted on Oct 06, 2014

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Could be a touching wire somewhere ,,are they clean? and have you changed any bulbs lately etc?
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have someone walk behind you when in reverse gear, it bleeps once to tell you its working then only beeps when close to an obstacle.

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Try to clean rear parking sensors. Check also electric cables and connections, clean if necessary. Commons faults are sensors out of order. If one or more sensors faults you hear only a continous constant noise when you put in "R" gear. You need a VAS, VAG-COM, Bosch KTS, ... diagnosis scantool. The factory parking system will be scaned from errors with this instrument, and you will find exactly which sensors are out of order (for example: rear left center sensor, rear right side sensor break off, short to ground or short to plus).

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The sensors are sensing the tow bar, either remove it or disable the back up sensors.

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SOURCE: My reverse sensor won't stop beeping

look for a pinched wire behind the bumper also if it was painted the paint could be to thick

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