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Top speed. Only Two days arrive in my door! Amazing! For the product, I do not have definitely high standard to rule it. Do not like the terrible buzzer. If it produce rock music would be much better than that noise. You know, I got it so easy to sound for my soso reverse skill. So if you are a neural bask in the weak, do not choose it. For common ppl, they may used to it.
I know I made a mistake. My car is silver, but I bought a black sensor ones. Damned! Thanks for the nice livechat girl. She deal with my problem with a big patient though my order is small. I got a new silver. Beautifully matched my car.
This is ease of use straight out of the box. I didn't read the manual as I always try to install it out for myself. It is so easy to use if you did some similar fixing before. The machine is light and space-saving. And the sensor is definitly keen. So far so good!
The installation instruction is too simple. For example, you need to drill 4 holes to the bumper. But actually, to run the wires from bumper, you better uninstall the bumper from the car. The other challenge is to find the reverse light wire and tie to it. It is not a plug and play. Amazing there is a Youtube which is excellent. I eventually gave up and picked up the phones: $120 to $250. OK, not bad. $120 for 3 hours, deal. It is working well.
The only problem I had installing this was trying to get the wires from the bumper to the inside of a 2006 toyota. Once I accomplished that nightmare, the system powered right up and worked as expected. The sensors look factory installed in the black plastic bumper. This is not something that will give you advance warning of an obstacle while you are backing up at 50 mph, it is designed to guide you through the last few feet of the garage or a parallel park. You get close, you brake, you watch for the zeroes or listen for the continuous beep. As for the intermittent condition, I can't answer for that yet, but I'll keep an eye out and let you know if I have any.
This is as easy as kissing hands. All you need is a drill and some tape (to insulate the connection the reverse lights). The drill bit is exact and sharp. All the sensors are numbered. You cannot make a mistake. Works prefectly everytime.
This product works as advertised and is easy to install. Only thing is making sure that the sensors are plugged in the right order based on the orientation of the control unit.
Places the control unit near the rear view mirror on a 2010 Chevrolet. Functional and out of the way. Believe the manufacturer recommends mounting in the back of the vehicle, but there just was no decent place on this particular model.
Only downfall I can see if it chirps when getting powered up, but you get used to that.
I'm going to be short. I waste my Sunday break, I got 4 holes in my bumper (nice), this thing didn't work.
Parking Sensor System Does the job. Beware not to install too close to the ground, because then you will get the beeps from every stone behind you. Same for the sides. If it's too close to the side of the car, Parking Sensor System detects the sidewalk.