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One of the sensors is faulty and just screams all of the time, but the are no very easy to get at, if I can find the problem one for now I will just disconnect it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. Remove rear combination light assembly. A. Remove two mounting screws. B. Disconnect electrical connector from rear side of light assembly. 2. Remove bumper assembly. A. Remove four fasteners and four retaining screws from top of bumper assembly. B. Remove mud flap from bumper assembly. C. Remove two screws from bottom of bumper assembly. D. Remove two screws from side of bumper assembly. E. Remove four bumper mounting bolts from under of vehicle. 3. Install rear bumper in reverse order of removal.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
You only need to remove the bumper cover. Remove both tail lamp assemblies. Under the tail lamps you will a 10mm and a 8mm bolt, remove these. Look into each rear wheel well rearward and you will find a T20 torx screw on both sides, remove these. On the top of the rear bumper, between the bumper and the bottom of the liftgate opening you will find 6 to 8 plastic rivets that can be removed by pulling the center pins out, remove these. At this point you should be able to lift upward and rearward and release the bumper cover. Once the cover is free you must disconnect the electrical connector to the sensor wiring harness. With the bumper cover on the ground or a bench, you will see 4 9/16" nuts that hold the styrofoam bumper cushion to the bumper cover, remove these. Now you should be at the point where the backup sensors are accessable. When you install the new sensors be sure your electrical connectors click when they connect. these connectors go on hard and if they don't click you will be doing this job again. Reassemble in reverse order.
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Posted on Apr 03, 2010
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
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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