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Hi Chaps,

In my focus zetec S 14 occasionally when I reverse and the parking sensors are in use beeping away, once I take it out of reverse the solid beep tone remains for a while??? has this happened to anyone else? fairly jarring to be honest....don't know if this is the norm because I have never had a car with sensors before???

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James!

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Ford sensors dont work like that you wont be able to disconnect separatley at the parking sensor module, im asumming there factory fit ford ?

If they are , then just book in with your ford dealer to fix it

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Yeah, one multiplug to sensors and 1 multiplug to main loom, so you wont acheive much . Why mess about when its still under warranty.

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Ha ha, I did, and saw they were ford sensors as his sig got city pack, to access the module i doubt is straight forwwrd, normally buried up out the way removing various trims and wheel arch coverings

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They are SUPPOSED to stay on after you come out of reverse (as that's how the front sensors get activated if you have them) they turn off after a time or when speed goes above 6mph or thereabouts, tells you all that in the manual

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Thanks Stephen, haven't quite got round to reading the manual - it doesn't happen all the time though which is why I feel there is some sort of fault. and No I do not have front sensors.

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