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    Behind one of blank switches next to stereo
    Just wondering what it's for?




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    Thats the one for reversing sensor switch is it not. For when you are towing a caravan or a trailer, so you can deactivate the sensors when reversing.

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    Switch for the Park Pilot, not sure how it works though.

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    its your parking pilot switch for use if you have front parking sensors fitted.. it allows you to switch off the sensors as they remain active after having selected reverse gear even if you are now driving forward, they deactivate automatically about 15mph. The button deactivates/recactivates them and stops you getting the beep if you are maneuvering around a car park after having reversed out of a space.. it may deactivate the rears as well, i am not sure i just use it for the fronts..

    I hope that makes sense.. If you do not have front packing sensors you can retro fit them..

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    Cool cheers guys.

    Looks like next mod is parking sensors then

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    Cool cheers guys.

    Looks like next mod is parking sensors then

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    Top: Heated front seat switches.
    Bottom left: Factory fitted park pilot (parking sensors).

    Bottom right two: traction control and sport switches.

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