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Can I replace that sensor myself?

Do you have any pics how it looks? Or if you can be little more specific where can we find it exactly.

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  • ljuba1 Jun 16, 2008

    It is very easy to replace this sensor. It is located right behind bumper. You can access it thru the bumper, you don't need to open the hood. Just use a flat screwdriver to unlock two clips on the top and the bottom of the sensor and then unplug the old sensor and replace it with a new one.



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I'm sorry but i forget the original question, what sensor are you looking for?

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