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    Hi all,

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    To the 308 T9 experts out there. I had a new front bumper replaced on my 308 T9 Blue HDi and since then, the parking assistance is now not working. Since I live some way away from the body works business that did the work, I have asked, and they cannot remember, I am seeking knowledge from the pugiverse for any ideas where the connectors are or the plug etc is to reconnect the parking assistance on the vehicle.

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    Hi guys,

    I wanted to try again as I am trying to find out where the obstacle detect electro unit sits behind the front bumper of my 308 T9 Allure as I suspect this is disconnected after having my bumper replaced. Part Number is 16 108 037 80. Any help welcome.

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    May have thrown it away with smashed bumper when replaced

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    Quote Originally Posted by 308CUCKEN View Post
    Hi guys,

    I wanted to try again as I am trying to find out where the obstacle detect electro unit sits behind the front bumper of my 308 T9 Allure as I suspect this is disconnected after having my bumper replaced. Part Number is 16 108 037 80. Any help welcome.
    Looks like item #1 in this linked diagram, it is possible that it resides in the rear? It suggests that it needs to be VIN coded so yours may be connected but needs to be re-activated via computer - you may need a dealer visit?

    If this worked before I would be tackling the panel shop who undertook the repair. . .
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    Many thanks for your advice.
    Yes, I agree but the body shop is 50km away and I am keen to find out where this part may reside and either reconnect it myself or then approach them if it is missing. Do you know if it resides behind the front or rear bumper exactly?

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    Been back to panel shop and they have no idea. Any Pug mechanics out thete who can give me troubleshooting advice on this or know where the connections to the module might be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 308CUCKEN View Post
    Been back to panel shop and they have no idea. Any Pug mechanics out there who can give me troubleshooting advice on this or know where the connections to the module might be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenBlood View Post
    Looks like item #1 in this linked diagram, it is possible that it resides in the rear? It suggests that it needs to be VIN coded so yours may be connected but needs to be re-activated via computer - you may need a dealer visit?

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    Have you taken on board Chris's advice? If he's on the money, then physical location of the module is irrelevant! Alternative to a dealer visit is to do it yourself with Diagbox/Lexia computer system (or find a friendly frogger who already owns one).

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    Chris is usually on the money....
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    Quote Originally Posted by 308CUCKEN View Post
    Been back to panel shop and they have no idea. Any Pug mechanics out thete who can give me troubleshooting advice on this or know where the connections to the module might be?
    The box is in the boot, behind the passenger side panel. I would imagine it wasn't touched if they replaced the front bar. It's more likely they haven't refitted the front parking sensors (or one or more are not connected).

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