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Old 04-14-2012, 03:06 PM
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Hi Everyone,
I need some help please. My backup sensors stopped working and I get the error message Service Park Assist System on my dash, I don't care about the sensors, if they work great, if they don't, so be it. I am asking if I can get rid of the message on the dash or how to fix the problem myself?

The sensors are clean, no snow, ice. I hate going to the dealer for small stuff, so I am trying to avoid this option. Does anyone know how to test each sensor and or reset the system and just make it go away? I have done the 20 min battery disconnect.

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Not long after i bought my '09, i took it to the dealership for the same thing
they thought they might be dirty or have a loose connection
they replaced 2 of them
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I had it happen too. Seemed like it was after a rain so I unplugged each one and squirted some dielectric grease in the connector. hooked them back up and haven't had a problem yet.
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