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Where are the reverse sensing sensors located?

I don't see them in the bumper like Expy's past. Where does Ford locate them now?
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Its a sonar type system behind the bumper I believe. Not nearly as accurate as the older style.
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Works perfectly for my parking.

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Works like a champ everytime. not sure why yours isn't maybe time for a warranty visit. Mine works down to the inch.

The sensors are located behind the rear bumper cover, looks much better then the holes cut in the bumper before.

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the sensor is directly behind the rear bumper in the center above the hitch I believe. A while back when Someone rear ended me it put a hairline crack in it and they replaced it. That one sensor, granted it weighs about 15 lbs, was like $750 and of course no in stock so they had to order it.
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It is a millimeter wavelength radar unit. It should have been a camera! Better and cheaper, if you have the nav system.
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I have both the camera and the radar. They work well together. If you didn't get the camera at least you have something to help you out.
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I had a 05 F150 with the button style that worked much faster. The response time is very slow on this unit.
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