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Old Yesterday, 02:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Front bumper sensors

I have removed the pop ups for the bonnet and fitted the deletes ages ago with no issues.

I am still carrying the front sensors and loom plugged in to keep the light off the dash.

My question is if I remove this loom and sensors from the bumper is there any direct plug in part to the cars main wiring loom to replicate it still being there?

I do have a spare sensor loom which I could shorten and maybe fit some diodes to do the job but wondered what other people do and what’s out there straight off the shelf.

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I have removed the pop ups for the bonnet and fitted the deletes ages ago with no issues.

I am still carrying the front sensors and loom plugged in to keep the light off the dash.

My question is if I remove this loom and sensors from the bumper is there any direct plug in part to the cars main wiring loom to replicate it still being there?

I do have a spare sensor loom which I could shorten and maybe fit some diodes to do the job but wondered what other people do and what’s out there straight off the shelf.

Thanks
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Car is std 2012 track edition.
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What sensors are you talking about... I was under the impression that you were talking about front parking sensors
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The sensors that activated the pedestrian impact system.
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I don't think there is anything off the shelf available, you may need to figure it out and fit the relevant diodes in
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I wonder what ohm’s diodes are required?
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Just unplug the one that’s most accessible (iirc driver’s side is easier to get to once the radiator slam panel is removed) and chuck a multimeter in resistance mode on the pins
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It’s already in bits, it’s going back together(slowly) and I just thought these bits are not required anymore but also leave it in a reversible state.

I’ll use the spare loom I have basically just for the plug and shorten wires back with diodes in and if something else pops up afterwards it’s an easy change.
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