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Ice, snow, mud, dirt on the sensors can cause this.
 

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Yeah I got hit with one of these messages the other day. It was because of ice/snow built up on them. First thing I'd try before even messing with connectors is wiping each of them down gently with a damp cloth.
 

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My dad's did this. He backed into something and broke one of the sensors out of the bumper. I glued it back in and that solved the problem. At least it doesn't send and error message. I can't say how accurate the repair is.
 
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