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Cheshire Oaks Audi had a set of rear park sensors and control box up for £180, just spotted them reduced to £99 :D

Just hope they were correct when I asked if anything else was needed to make them work, and the answer was "No" :lol:

Only downside is they are Amalfi
 

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Might stnd out a little as amalfi on daytona.

Does the price include fitting ??
 

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bob_s said:
Might stnd out a little as amalfi on daytona.

Does the price include fitting ??
:lol: Yeah they might a bit, I will need to get them painted, when they finally sort my rear light/paint issue, I'll get them done while they have the paint in the gun.

If it did include fitting that would indeed be a bargain, although I might loose most of the saving taking the car up there :lol:
 

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Dibbley said:
Surly a new rear bumper with the sensor holders, and then and MMI update? unless it is not the Park plus?
It includes the sensors, just need to drill the bumper :D
 

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or you could resell them to me as they would go fine on mine :lol:
 

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I would be very nervous anyone drilling holes in my bumper! I would have sourced a Daytona bumper with sensors from a breakers.

But good luck and hope it goes well :)
 

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Mojito said:
I would be very nervous anyone drilling holes in my bumper! I would have sourced a Daytona bumper with sensors from a breakers.

But good luck and hope it goes well :)
They are marked on the inside to enable you to fit them with ease...nice find!!
 

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That's good. Would it not take the paint off though?
 

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KJP84 said:
Mojito said:
I would be very nervous anyone drilling holes in my bumper! I would have sourced a Daytona bumper with sensors from a breakers.

But good luck and hope it goes well :)
They are marked on the inside to enable you to fit them with ease...nice find!!
Cool, thanks for the tip :D
 

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Mojito said:
That's good. Would it not take the paint off though?
I would drill a small pilot hole from inside, then open it up from the outside.
 

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put a piece of masking tape over where the hole is going to be treat it like drilling a tile
 

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Bugger, I always break tiles when I drill them :cry:
 

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Get the pros in, haha :lol:
 

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Haha, didn't someone have a spare Daytona bumper?
 

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ive got a spare amalfi one if you need it :lol:
 

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father ted said:
ive got a spare amalfi one if you need it :lol:
pi55 off :lol:
 
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