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    Default Just fitted my Reverse Sensor

    I've just fitting my Taurus reverse senor and they all work well on the few tests I've done, one thing I have is a beep every 30 seconds all the time, I've checked on the net and its due to the bulb checking system on the Veccy which is causing the senor to Multiplex,

    Does anyone know of a way to fix this (may be connect to a different wire) or worst cast will I have to get a "Single Bypass Relay" to bypass it,

    your help is welcome,

    Cheers Mark

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    Thanks,

    I think I'm reading it correctly

    Am I looking for the "Green wire" on socket one, the Reverse live wire ?? do I need to do any thing else..

    I've only got 2 wires, earth and the reverse live wire.

    Cheers mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by markm View Post
    Thanks,

    I think I'm reading it correctly

    Am I looking for the "Green wire" on socket one, the Reverse live wire ?? do I need to do any thing else..

    I've only got 2 wires, earth and the reverse live wire.

    Cheers mark
    Anyone ?

    Happy 2008 everyone , Best wishes to all

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    got every thing working ,

    have to say I'm not impressed with the quality of the Taurus sensor,

    it doesn't pick up plastic and only works from the 0.50m from the back of the car, so it doesn't give me much faith,

    has any one got any picture of Steelmate sensors fitted ?

    I wan to know how flush they are.

    Cheers mark

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