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The parking module is in the boot to the left hand side under the floor. They are prone to damage by damp. pull all the plugs off and spray WD40 all over and refit/remove the plugs a couple of times - sometimes leaving the car in a warm dry area for a while with the boot open so all can dry out often brings these units back to life. Failing that get power checked to the module and to check sensors listen to each sensor - if it is working you can hear a clicking sound from it. if all above fails - it might be new unit time :-(
hope this helps - good luck.

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