Dragging up an old thread here.Had my Nikkai sensors for over three years now. Brilliant, worth every penny, extremely sensitive and totally reliable.
This sounds promising. I suspect that if the car is designed with sensors as an option then logic dictates that they create a single cast for the bumpers rather one for each option. Hopefully the GT will be the same. :thumbs:i just put some on my facelift 156 and the bumpers were marked on the inside for the sensor holes,dont know about the gt though ...
Even fully fitted I'd struggle to get that price past SWMBO, she's already got the hump with me for trading my nice big family saloon for a 3 door coupe :tut:These Targa SR2 reversing sensors are excellent. ... The price is a little more than I paid before (£109.99 v £99.99) but it is fully fitted ...
bump - can anyone help with locating the reverse light cable in the back of my 147 please? where does it go after it passes from the boot door into the main frame of the car?I've just bought a reverse parking kit off ebay, happy to fit it myself, but a bitdaunted by locating the reverse cable to connect in the unit.
On my 2007 147 the reverse light is in the tailgate door, any tips on how to find and identify the reverse light cable in the main body of the car so I can do the connection?
cheers mate, not a bad idea. failing that, i might fit the sensors etc, do as much as i can, but get a professional in to do the final connectionWish I could help you here mate! Might be worth getting hold of an eLearn disc or similar, failing that perhaps have a search for someone who has one and send them a PM asking them to have a look for you.
cheers mate, that's a great idea with the multimeter, will defo try that out i have a wee plug in soldering iron, so that can be done - should i use a choc block or something similar for the joint?Google parking dynamics they do a magnetic strip kit for £80 so no drilling your bumper no colour coding sensors so it doesn't spoil the look of your car.
As for finding your power supply it will be in your near side boot, long time since i've done a 147 but remove the boot liner on the n/s find the loom coming down from the top of the tail gate use a multi meter and a willing assistant engaging reverse when required to find your 12v reverse wire. Always solder your connections leave the bodge locks for tow bar fitters lol