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Bull Bar/parking sensor

Bull Bar/parking sensor

Postby Jralston [OP] » Nov 10 2013, 10:24pm

I installed a bull bar on my truck and the parking sensors read it every time I put the truck in gear. I can disable it by hitting the button on the dash, but is there a way to disable it so i do not have to do that every time I get in the truck. Could the 2 center sensors be unplugged?
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Re: Bull Bar/parking sensor

Postby MaDDeNLXXX » Nov 11 2013, 1:29am

Maybe a crazy idea, but what if you drilled the bull bar and mounted the middle sensors in it? Might be a cool custom mod.
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Re: Bull Bar/parking sensor

Postby Jralston [OP] » Nov 12 2013, 12:21am

That would be pretty cool
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Re: Bull Bar/parking sensor

Postby Copperhead » Nov 12 2013, 1:34am

If you want to disable the parking sensors totally, that is an easy mod.

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Re: Bull Bar/parking sensor

Postby Jralston [OP] » Nov 12 2013, 1:52am

Thanks!!
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Re: Bull Bar/parking sensor

Postby Firefighter175 » Mar 04 2015, 9:28pm

Did you ever find a solution to your problem?
If so, how and if not read on.

If not I just put the fuzzy side of black Velcro facing the sensor and taped it on with Crome ac duct tape. Seems to be doing the job of completely blinding the sensor and withe the bull bar, unless you know it's there you can barly see the tap. A couple of KC lights in the middle of the bull bar and vertually unseeable.
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