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Old 01-25-2013, 06:56 AM   #1
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Rear park assist sensor compatibility

Does anyone know if there is cross-compatibility with the rear park assist sensors on this generation?

Meaning, are these the same sensors as the same year Expedition, F150, and/or Super Duty?

I have a fault in my outter right sensor and I don't really feel like spending $200 to buy a bumper with 4 sensors when I just need the 1.




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Old 04-01-2013, 08:11 PM   #2
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One of my rear sensors went out awhile ago and I just got it replaced at the ford dealer, but yeah it was like $130..rip off, but its fixed lol
You could probably get a sensor off of ebay and just fix it yourself
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One of my rear sensors went out awhile ago and I just got it replaced at the ford dealer, but yeah it was like $130..rip off, but its fixed lol
You could probably get a sensor off of ebay and just fix it yourself
I wonder how you know which one is bad?
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I wonder how you know which one is bad?
The ford dealer just told me which one was bad, they probably test to see which one doesn't have power going to it
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Any of the ford sensors will work if they are the oval shapped with two flat spots on them. They all share the same connector and what not. So yea, navigator, explorer, windstar - they all work.




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