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ryandonnachie5

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  1. Yeah it was the wire to the sensor which wasnt ticking was broke
  2. Manage to get them back working,was a broken wire!Cheers for all your help.
  3. Well tried a new sensor but still not working and doesnt tick!still get constant tone when i select reverse
  4. Ok i will do cheers mate
  5. Yeah i did check and there is power going to them
  6. Yeah might look into that cheers for your help
  7. Yeah they're a bit pricey as well so will.be doing without if it is lol
  8. Yeah i did that but still had no luck
  9. Earth all seems fine,and power going to sensors so im guessing its either a faulty sensor or the module
  10. Cheers i'll have a look
  11. I can hear 3 of them ticking but one isnt,disconnected it but still long high pitch
  12. Any idea where the earth is on them?
  13. Hi, I have a focus 2008 titanium!My parking sensors are making a long high pitch tone,i have read a few forums saying the moldule woll have malfunctioned! Any ideas? Cheers Sent from my iPhone using Ford OC mobile app
  14. ok cheers i'll look into another module
  15. is this the AG bit?