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    Id really like fit a factory fitted parking sensor kit to the signum, can the kit be plug and played, ive had a look at the back boot wiring and ive got two plugs, one i think is tow bar wiring and another is a square looking plug which im hoping is parking sense, would i be right, and how much would said kit cost?

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    hi m8

    no anything thats fitted mostly has to be programmed to get it working,its not just
    a plug n play im afraid,are you just wanting the rear or you want to go the whole
    hog and do the front aswell as you might as well.


    the square plug will be for the park pilot as long as the plug is filled with
    wiring and not just 2 wires as these are for ya rear number plate lamp which
    are also found in the same plug for the rear park pilot,i have fitted the
    factory park pilot system to a fair few members cars on here,its fairly
    straight forward if you know what your doing,if theres any wiring missing on
    the car then i make the relevant wiring up and fit it,not always all cars
    have the wiring already in place so thats were i come in and retro fit thats
    needed for any factory fitted option.


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    Hi andy, thanks for the reply, what colour should the park pilot connector be and how many pins should it have if its fully wired for them, many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by signum_rob View Post
    Hi andy, thanks for the reply, what colour should the park pilot connector be and how many pins should it have if its fully wired for them, many thanks.

    hey no probs anytime

    im not sure from memory what colours they are but if the plug is full then
    thats the rear already wired for you upto the rear fusebox area and you
    should be able to find a grey leverlock plug behind the trim towards the back
    seat end of the fusebox,if so then all you will need is the wiring to run up to
    the front in the engine compartment then over to the front bumper which
    then you wud have front park pilot aswell,if you take the blank away under
    the hazard switch and see if theres a plug for the park pilot swaitch and if
    its there then you can fit the switch but thats only used for front and rear.

    other parts you will need is the front and rear bumper sensor harnesses,the
    sensor brackets and retainers to bond onto the back of the bumpers,parking
    sensors and module then once all fitted you need a programming and then
    the way you go,if you can stretch to do the front aswell then its well worth
    doing

    if you would like more info on this then feel free to pm me


    andy

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    I see andy, im new to the vauxhall scene and have no idea what plugs/wiring im loking for, i looked behind the blanking plate and have a small white plug at the back, i dont suppose you have any pics do you? manys thanks, rob

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    Any pics of the park pilot plug?

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    Also I doubt you will have the holes cut out in the rear crash bar so that would need to be drilled/cut too.

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