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How do I remove the rear bumper cover on a 2003 Lincoln navigator? I need to replace the park assist sensors.

I believe the park assist sensors are bad and need to replace. I know the rear bumper needs removing. I need to know the best way to do it.

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Most likely the problem you are experiencing with the park assist is a fault in one of the sensors mounted in the rear bumper. I would not consider it to be a major fix, however there will be a few hours labor involved as the bumper cover needs to be removed to replace the sensors.

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