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mayo10uk

Focus 2012 Loom Plug Under Rear Bumper

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Looking under the bumper as I want to fit parking sensors, on right hand side looking from rear. Underneath chasis I found a loom plug held in place any idea what for and could I use it?

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Could be for parking sensors... I don;t think there is enough pins there for a Tow Pack...

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Can anyone with parking distance control add with a picture.

I'm wondering If I use the loom it would come up on my display console ?

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its the connector for the reversing sensors. then there is another connector in the boot, right hand side behind plastic panel for reverse parking module.. and another connector behind right plastic trim at rear on drivers side for the speaker. towing loom connects in between the lighting loom so no connectors visible for that.. its a case of unplug lighting loom then plug towing loom in between.

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If it stops raining i'll take a picture of mine , but as above its probably for the parking sensors

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you might find this is for the reverse and fog light. ive put aftermarket reverse sensors onto my car and had the back up in peices just for the giggles of it. if you open the boot, remove the centre plastic trim around the latch and move sideways, on both sides you will see a rubber gromit. very easy to push a screwdriver through to gain interior access to your car...good to run a power cable or signal cables from sensors.

as you look into the boot, on the left, that was blank for me but on the right (drivers side) i had the power loom for the rear fog light and reverse light. I patched into the reverse bulb power supply for the reverse sensor control power. so the sensors only came active once i was in reverse. its been like that for years, and no problems.

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cambus plug in system for towbar...in boot os panal 3 signal wires...only used for ford plug in kit or westfalia..poss right connections

as above connection in bumper is for reverse sensors

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The parking sensor plugs are inside underneath the trim and are brown little plugs.

I am looking to install a paser park easy system, that uses the oem plugs and show park pilot on the system,

look on www.paser.it

however I need a IDS friend to enable the system, this is what I am have a problem with.

My garage doesn't want to enable it, I need to find a independent garage.

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Don't know much about the elm cable and would it work? focus 2012

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The parking sensor plugs are inside underneath the trim and are brown little plugs.

I am looking to install a paser park easy system, that uses the oem plugs and show park pilot on the system,

look on www.paser.it

however I need a IDS friend to enable the system, this is what I am have a problem with.

My garage doesn't want to enable it, I need to find a independent garage.

yes they are for the module...the plug underneath the bumper is for sensors so its easy to disconect to remove the bumper

any good diagniostic kit should activate the system

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Search elmconfig there's a guide also on this site, you can enable with that.

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