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A light sensor on the front passenger side is hanging down. where do i plug it into?

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Does your car have parktronic-possibly a parktronic sensor. if not more than likely an outside temp. sensor. probably plugs into your tow hook cover on the front bumper. If there is a light bulb in the socket the only one that comes to mind is your side marker lamp. the lens pops out and the bulb socket pushes in and turns to secure the socket

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