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    Hi Guys & Girls

    This is a revisit to ark-pilot for vectra, i have read the threads from 2007 time when people were first obtaining the Bosch reversing park-pilot units.

    I have facelift Elite Estate, i have purchased new rear XP lower skirt and had it sprayed ready to fit. Whilst I have the Bumper off i would like to fit the OEM park-pilot system.

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    Has anyone got these fitted on XP Estate and where are they positioned.
    Has anyone got the Vauxhall part numbers for these units and prices if possible


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    They are positioned in the lower skirt of the bumper mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by john.robertson2 View Post
    They are positioned in the lower skirt of the bumper mate
    The lower skirt i have purchased has a moulding detail on it like picture below



    ???

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    yes and you will need one with holes for the parkpilot

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenp View Post
    yes and you will need one with holes for the parkpilot
    Unfortunatley


    Unlike the Hatchback, Saloon and Signum the whole lower skirt needs replacing for one "for park-pilot", as you can't buy the brackets seperately for the estate.

    You will need the control unit , 4 sensors, rear loom (available as a kit), bottom trim for bumper, and the power loom. Depending if your car is preped for parkpilot will depend on how it's wired up., if it is you can fit a different rear loom.

    The sensors can easily be picked up on Ebay for between £5 and£10 if you are patient.

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    hi

    there is a sensor retaining kit for the line pack1 vxr skirt as in the picture
    you will have to drill the holes out in ya rear skirt and fit this sensor
    retaining kit to the inner side of the rear skirt.


    ive also got 4 sensors for the rear that i removed from the zafira i had if your interested




    heres the info -

    PARKING PILOT SYSTEM - line pack1 (estate) (F35) (c61000001-)

    93199534 kit,retainer,sensor,ultrasonics,parking pilot system,rear 61000001- 1
    Last edited by andy.l; 8th October 2010 at 20:36.

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    Got to admit forgot you could get that, good find Andy. Do you still need the 4 adapter clips as well 93172081 or do they come in the pack?

    Other part numbers are;

    Control unit (93181485) , 4 x sensors (93172012), the previous two inc a generic rear loom is available as kit (93160432 instructions here), and the power loom (93173965). If the car is preped for park pilot you could use rear loom (24455860) and roof mounted speaker (93171076) as well and wire as OEM.
    Last edited by tramman; 8th October 2010 at 21:00.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tramman View Post
    Got to admit forgot you could get that, good find Andy. Do you still need the 4 adapter clips as well 93172081 or do they come in the pack?

    Other part numbers are;

    Control unit (93181485) , 4 x sensors (93172012), the previous two inc a generic rear loom is available as kit (93160432), and the power loom (93173965). If The car is preped for park pilot you could use rear loom (24455860) and roof mounted speaker (93171076) as well and wire as OEM.
    Just to sad that the control uniti cost that much...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tramman View Post
    Got to admit forgot you could get that, good find Andy. Do you still need the 4 adapter clips as well 93172081 or do they come in the pack?

    Other part numbers are;

    Control unit (93181485) , 4 x sensors (93172012), the previous two inc a generic rear loom is available as kit (93160432 instructions here), and the power loom (93173965). If the car is preped for park pilot you could use rear loom (24455860) and roof mounted speaker (93171076) as well and wire as OEM.
    Cheers m8 will start ringing around for some prices .

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