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Park assist problem

A few months ago I gave a buddy a jump and every since my Park assist had stopped working. I checked the fuse (hopefully the right one) and it was good but I replaced it anyway, still no luck. Anyone else ever had this problem? Sorry if I'm bringing up an old topic, I couldn't find the answer


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A few months ago I gave a buddy a jump and every since my Park assist had stopped working. I checked the fuse (hopefully the right one) and it was good but I replaced it anyway, still no luck. Anyone else ever had this problem? Sorry if I'm bringing up an old topic, I couldn't find the answer


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Try cleaning the contacts @ the sensors and using dielectric grease there. Mine tells me its not working whenever it gets too dirty.

Not sure how jumping another vehicle could effect them.
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The way lucky phrased it might confuse, clean the connectors with electronics cleaner or hi concentrated alcohol, the dielectric grease displaces and seals out moisture and contaminants, that you add after cleaning and before reconnecting them.


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Park assist problem

They just don't even turn on. Went from working perfectly to nothing in the time it takes to jump a Ford escort lol.


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The way lucky phrased it might confuse, clean the connectors with electronics cleaner or hi concentrated alcohol, the dielectric grease displaces and seals out moisture and contaminants, that you add after cleaning and before reconnecting them.
Yes, thank you Mongo
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They just don't even turn on. Went from working perfectly to nothing in the time it takes to jump a Ford escort lol.


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No error message? Are the lights (indicators) in your cargo area lit up at all?
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Nope, no message, no lights. It's starting to annoy me.


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Nope, no message, no lights. It's starting to annoy me.


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and no chime when you get near something I assume?

Thats not a "contacts" problem i guess.

Maybe the system isnt sensing that your in reverse? Have you pulled codes with the keydance?
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No never tried that, don't even know how to lol.


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No never tried that, don't even know how to lol.


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You do know that there is a toggle button to turn it off right?
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