That might have been me TruBlu, my No. 1 sensor went bad and had to be replaced. Mine was doing the same thing, lights flashing and a message saying service front parking sensors.There was a member here who recently had a similar issue. He ended up taking it in to the dealership to have it looked at. Unfortunately it was something electronic or wiring related that had to be replaced.
Yes it was you, thanks for the reminder and for confirming this issue for this member. :smileup:That might have been me TruBlu, my No. 1 sensor went bad and had to be replaced. Mine was doing the same thing, lights flashing and a message saying service front parking sensors.
Hi EODK9Trainer,The light stays on in the truck and when I push the button it flashes but then stays on. Have been repeating this for a week now. I've wiped clean the front sensors and were clean. Of course it's just recently gone out of warranty.
Thanks all. I did take it in and one of the sensors has to be replaced. Needs to be painted first to match the bumper. Turns out I do have the Max Care Lifetime policy which I forgot about meaning I still have to pay the $200 deductible. Several things went wrong all at the same time. More than I ever saw in my older F-150 with many more miles. I certainly hope this is not the start of things to come with the Ram as I wanted this truck to last many years. The sensor, the shifter knob and the back driver side window motor to name a few.Hi EODK9Trainer,
We're sorry to hear about your sensor not functioning properly. If you decide to bring your truck into the dealership to have it assessed, we would also like to offer you our assistance while your truck is being serviced. You can send us a private message and we would be more than happy to make sure that we have explored all of your options, being that your truck has recently gone out of warranty.
Ram Social Care Specialist