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Hi,

is there a Parking Aid Speaker for the front sensors?
The tail sensors are working and the beeping sound is coming out of the rear car.

the front sensors are working too, but no beeping sound, also no fault code in the memory.

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Yep, my '12 beeps when I'm getting close to something up front.
 

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Nope, the front sensors use the same chime that your headlights on, door open chimes use in the instrument panel. The separate front mounted chime ended in 2005, it was mounted in the cover panel below the dash over the drivers feet, just about where the brake pedal is. The hole in that cover for it was still in my 06 but there's no wiring. The back sensors use a separate chime mounted in the PDC control box in the rear storage are where the fuse panels are located.

The fronts and rears can be activated, or disabled and the volume increased or decrease thru programming (with SDD), I know for a while the fronts became active if the vehicle stopped (at a light or stop sign) and it became an annoyance if you stopped at a crosswalk and people walked infront of you. There was a software update to fix that. Maybe a PO had them disabled for some reason.
 

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They use the same speaker as the turn signal?
And this is mounted in the cluster?


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Don't know if its a speaker or what, its the same device that annoyingly chimes to tell you its less than 39F outside, or your tires are low. It's part of the IPC and not something that can be changed.
 

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There we go, it seems that thing is broken
I have no “sound” at all

Is there an option in sdd to get a visual information from the parking aid system



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You have no warning chimes for anything? Anytime a fault pops up, or its cold out you should get a ding from the IPC to make you look at the message area, unless there has been some major change to the 2010, or a way to turn it off in one of the menus on screen. I the 09's and earlier with the "real" gauges you need SDD to change the volume, or turn it on or off. The LCDs screens maybe able to access the options thru the onscreen menus.
 

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No sound at all, it’s really quiet in the car.
I found in sdd an option to activate certain sounds and they are all on, but no function.

If you press the hazard flasher, no sound too


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Did you run thru the diagnostics portion of SDD to see if there is something in the instrument panel not making noise fault tree?
 

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Did you run thru the diagnostics portion of SDD to see if there is something in the instrument panel not making noise fault tree?
Yes the diagnostics doesn’t run through. I think I have to pull out the cluster to check if something is corroded.
 
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