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Rear sensor creates constant beeping. How do I stop it from continuing?

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Clean the rear sensors and check for water in the trunk. ( around the spare tire . The electronic control module is on the left side . Mine got wet and shut off the senors. I removed it dried it and cleaned it with alcohol and it now works . If it is water get the trunk latch adjusted to seal properly.
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