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Reverse sensors.

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by Taff814, Mar 8, 2018.

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  1. Taff814

    Taff814 Member

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    Has anyone fitted reversing sensors to a D2 (2002)? If so, is there access to feed the sensor wires into the interior or will I have to drill a hole in the boot floor? I have a kit coming. Power will come from the live feed to the reversing light.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    wammers STILL BREATHING. Donater

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    Just fit a tow bar and stop when you hear a crunch. Much easier.
     
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    Ha ha. I have a tow bar but I suspect the crunching of other cars in car parks might be frowned upon
     
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    There's a grommeted hole in both left hand & right hand inner corner panels where the wiring for the rear light clusters comes out. They're about 6 inches below the lights & accessible from outside if you take an upper rear light out & from the inside if you pull the removable slotted vent panel out of the bottom rear of the side trims. you can feed wires down the channel & out underneath with the existing wiring to the rear bumper.
     
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    +1, best way.

    Tony
     
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    Thank you. That’ll be perfect as the control box needs to remain dry. Many thanks for your help
     
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