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Hi all. I'm on my 4th Beemer now and have loved every one of them. However, my latest one was brought to accommodate the family and not my comfortable speed desires! LOL I now have a late 2003 525d Tourer. It's been a total workhorse so far with very few problems. However, one such problem I do have is my rear parking sensors. I knew not long after I brought the car that there was an issue. Put it into reverse and I get one long beep and have to manually switch off the button under the climate controls. I had a mate of mine connect up a diagnostic machine and it narrowed it down to the 2nd sensor from the left (offside), just above the exhaust. I have read on hear that this can be a common fault so I thought I should get around to replacing it! I went to purchase the part from GSF but have no idea which one I need. Does anybody know the correct part part or even the OEM part number? Cheers. Jon
question inpa shows no errors fault codes cleared last week new sensor fitted as well but when in use still dosnt sound right eg long tone when some distence from objects jiust pluged in and ran test on inpa and got misses to stand in front of sensors and 1 rear and 1 front give no reading on the read out bar chart any body know why as i though if any sensor faulty system does not function at all thanks st101
Hi everyone, I used to be on here with an E28, now got an E39. I have the common problem of a faulty parking sensor. I've done the clicky noise test and moved the sensor to another position - definitely the sensor that's gone, and it's having none of the WD40 treatment. My part number appears to be different from the ones available online. Mine says this: 602 414 6 911 838 AI 02 04 24/02/03 688.632 3 ...And inside the connector the shape of the plastic moulding is different - there's an offset plastic tab instead of a symmetrical arrangement on the ones you can buy. Anyone had the same issue? Can I buy 66206989069 (the one that comes up online) and make it fit with careful use of a Stanley knife? Many thanks...