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Old 07-08-2004, 12:47 AM
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reverse sensor aid disable

Anyone know if the reverse sensor on a 2004 can be disabled, and stay that way till the next key cycle, instead of resetting everytime reverse in engaged. When towing my trailer, especially when backing up to park, having to keep pressing the "off" button everytime going from forward to reverse can be a pain!
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