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    Hi Guys As Title One Of My Parking Sensors Is Knackered Its The Passenger Side Corner One Can Somone Please Tell Me How Too Remove The Old One? I dont Want Too Be Breaking The Strips Or Other Bits.

    Its A Sport Rear Bumper

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    the easiest way i have found due to massive lack of space in that corner is to take out the 2 main bolts that fix the bumper to the car, and gentelly pull the bumper back a little bit, enough to get your arm behind and up! then the clip out, sort of!
     
     

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    thanks but any guides on this forum?
     
     

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    my sensors were also playing up over the past month or so. Never got round to changing them. But ever since the weather started to get a little milder the sensors are back working again. I not sure, but have a funny feeling it was something to so with the cold wet weather effecting the sensor... Just thought i would let you know.

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