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    Hi all,

    I am interested in retro fitting the park pilot in my facelift Vec C.

    I have the following:

    4 front sensors
    4 rear sensors
    loom for front
    loom for rear
    Parkpilot unit
    Parkpilot switch
    Parkpilot speaker

    A couple of questions:

    1. The parkpilot has two connectors. If my car has the plugs, where would they be. If the car does not have them, what is the part number for them?

    2. Does anyone have a pick of the unit installed so I can found out how its fixed to the car.

    3. Is the parkpilot speaker wiring part of the headlining loom.

    Any help would be appreciated!

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    1: lefthand side next to the rear fusebox
    2: installed on the rightside of the rear fusebox
    3: maby, maby not, you will have to check. (but probaly not)

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    You can see the module attached to the right hand side of the fuse box in this pic of mine if that helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon_Fuller View Post

    4 front sensors
    4 rear sensors
    loom for front
    loom for rear
    Parkpilot unit
    Parkpilot switch
    Parkpilot speaker

    You will also need the mounts for the sensors too.

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