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2013 Expl. Sport - Rear parking sensing module ... location ??

Discussion in 'Stock 2011 - 2019 Ford Explorer Discussion' started by maetesmann, February 14, 2018 at 12:53 PM.

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    1. maetesmann

      maetesmann New Member

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      Hi ..from Germany !
      I need some help ...
      Where is the rear parking sensor module located on my 2013 Explorer Sport ?
      I have to convert the electrical connector of the tow hook from 7-pin "US" to 13-Pin "EU/European Union" configuration ..
      The conversion kit I have says to cut the ground wire of the rear parking module.
      Where is it located ?

      THX a lot,
      Martin, Germany
       
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      peterk9 Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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      Not sure how helpful this diagram is. It is for the 2012 Explorer.

      Peter

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      Peter, this might help very much if I had a list what the abbrevations (C406, S400 etc.) stand for ...
       
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      Found the PAM (C3267) location:
      it's behind the right side panel, below the rear quarter window.

      Thanks, Peter, ... the url of the pic you posted lead me to the pic below. ;)

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      Edit 1: I responded thinking you needed a ground wire, sounds like you want to cut an existing ground wire? So I'll take out my reply.

      Edit 2: Where are you guys finding those wiring pictures from? I'd love to see the rest for the 2012 :D
       
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      They are in the thread "List of Useful Threads" in the 'Sticky' section; Stock 2011 - 2019 Ford Explorer Discussion

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