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Old 28-02-17, 07:10 PM   #1
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Default Parking sensors question

Hello, i want to retrofit oem front and rear parking sensors, but i don't know is there a different ecu for front and rear, or is it the same one as for the rear only?
Where do i connect front parking sensor loom to ?
I reed one forum (might be this one, i was i on the browsing on the phone so i don't remember). Where the guy was retro-fitting front parking sensors to a coupe 407, and he was connecting front parking sensors to a fog light loom..

Another but really important question, could i even retrofit front parking sensors to a 2004 407 salon, maybe they didn't come with front parking sensors ?

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Old 28-02-17, 10:21 PM   #2
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In the coupe, there is only a single ECU and as coupe's came as standard with front and rear parking sensors, every 407 coupe has the correct loom. (In the UK atleast, as the coupe wasn't selling well, Peugeot made the front parking sensors an optional extra)

The question you need to figure out, will it be a plug and play job or will you need a new loom too to support the Parking sensor ECU and sensors?
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