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Default Parksense says clean sensors

I just got it washed, its 19 out. The sensors are clean.
And edic says clean sensors plus parksense disables itself.

Do you think the sensors are frozen ? (I see no ice around sensors.)

Or coincidentally a parksense failure?
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a thin layer of ice will cause issues with the sensors, or at that temp the exhaust will be enough to cause a issue.
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I had the same problem on mine a few weeks back. after a wash all the sensors were clean. I think water get inside them and causes problems.
The next day everything was back to normal.
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I've had this happen after driving on wet roads. The sensors look clear but have a thin layer of ice. As much as it pains me having a dirty truck, I try not to wash my truck in the winter to avoid the freezing issues that come from it.
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Same thing has happened on mine when washing in below freezing temps. Clears up after the sun hits them and melts the ice.
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IF you live in a area that uses any kind of salt on the winter roads I would suggest rinsing the truck off at least 2 times a month. Don't go all out and GI the outside, but rinse the body, wheels, etc.
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