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saabu

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About saabu

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    Sid

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  • Gender*
    Male
  • Ford Model
    Mondeo
  • Ford Year
    2002
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Essex
  1. Fixing Rear Sensors

    Thanks again. Sid
  2. Fixing Rear Sensors

    Thanks for your prompt reply. I shall have a look under the wing on the offside, as you suggested and see if there is a grommit. Feel a bit hesitant to drill a hole into the chassis though. I presume that I would not need to remove the bumper to do this job. Regards, Sid
  3. Dear friends, I would appreciate your input regarding the following two queries I have. My car is a Ford Mondeo 2002 LX Auto. I have decided to install some rear sensors to help with parking. These need to be drilled into the bumper. I have already bought the item. My queries are as follows: 1. How do I feed the wire from the sensor [4 in number] into the boot. I cannot see any obvious openings in the chassis through which I can feed the wires through. 2. How do I identify which is the wire for the reverse light on the light module [needed to fix the wire to sensor box to power up] Look forward to hearing from you and thanking you in anticipation of the same. Best regards