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service park assist message - - after replacing bumper cover with sensors

Hello, i had a chance to replace my rear bumper cover with an OEM same color one.

Came with sensors and harness - - connector and wire colors all matched.

plugged it in, turned it on - - BINGO service park assist on EVIC.

DTCs are set for sensor shorted to battery?

WTF?....are the sensors wired different through the same pinned connector?

is there some way to verify the 6-way inline connector fro body to bumper has same pin circuit assignments between 2007 and 2010 bumpers?


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Hello, i had a chance to replace my rear bumper cover with an OEM same color one.

Came with sensors and harness - - connector and wire colors all matched.

plugged it in, turned it on - - BINGO service park assist on EVIC.

DTCs are set for sensor shorted to battery?

WTF?....are the sensors wired different through the same pinned connector?

is there some way to verify the 6-way inline connector fro body to bumper has same pin circuit assignments between 2007 and 2010 bumpers?
Chuck;

Just on a whim, try disconnecting the positive terminal on your battery for 20 minutes and then reconnect it and see if the DTC's in your EVIC clear.


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gotcha thats my next step. im using the FCA APPCAR software - logged in, saw the DTCs, cleared them, then tried again - same condition, same DTCs came back. Will try the battery reset .


wondering if anyone knows if sensors are different from model years?


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What is the DTC code that you are getting? seems that there is a different code for each sensor. Maybe one is faulty?

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