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I Have Just Fitted Some Genuine Honda Civic Rear Parking Sensors

I Have Just Fitted Some Genuine Honda Civic Parking Sensors To My Civic Type S Today I Fitted Them In Just Over 4 Hours
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excellent job my friend

what other mods are you planning?
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Great looking car, colour coding the trim really makes a difference
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Tidy job and makes all the difference for parking... Well done...

Getting them fitted to my new EX as well...
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Great looking car, colour coding the trim really makes a difference
Thanks the car is only 5 weeks old and was colour coded from the factory.
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Nice one. Car looks well and hopefully sensors will help keep it that way.
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Looks like you did a great job, I got the dealer to fit mine as part of the deal for bying the car. (Honda dealer, genuine colour coded Honda sensors)

Where have you put the speaker? They fitted mine in the rear drivers side pannel, I could not hear it with either the fan blower and or the raidio on so I got them to move it. It is now under the dash on the drivers side and I am happy.
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Looks like you did a great job, I got the dealer to fit mine as part of the deal for bying the car. (Honda dealer, genuine colour coded Honda sensors)

Where have you put the speaker? They fitted mine in the rear drivers side pannel, I could not hear it with either the fan blower and or the raidio on so I got them to move it. It is now under the dash on the drivers side and I am happy.
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Mine is also fitted into the drivers side pannel next to the boot light it sounds quite loud.
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Mine is also fitted into the drivers side pannel next to the boot light it sounds quite loud.
According to the dealer who fitted mine, that is the normal place to fit it, I sat in 3 different Civics (with parking sensors) with the service manager to compare the level of noise. They were all identicle to mine, so it wasn't a fault, however he said they had fitted several under the drivers dash and it was no problem to move it. For me it works better there.
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Looks fantastic, good job, mate.
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I forgot to ask how much these cost if you dont mind me asking (plus damn you for making me want them!)
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I forgot to ask how much these cost if you dont mind me asking (plus damn you for making me want them!)
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I got them off ebay they were 189
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I Have Just Fitted Some Genuine Honda Civic Parking Sensors To My Civic Type S Today I Fitted Them In Just Over 4 Hours
Is there any advantage to using genuine parking sensors i.e. do they integrate with i-Mid?

I just wanted to see should I hold off and try find a genuine set off ebay or go ahead and buy cheapo third party sensors

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Is there any advantage to using genuine parking sensors i.e. do they integrate with i-Mid?

I just wanted to see should I hold off and try find a genuine set off ebay or go ahead and buy cheapo third party sensors

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Mine were fitted at the dealer and yes, the ones I have integrated with I-Mid...
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Thanks for the reply it would be nice to have them integrate with i-mid but just wondering can I justify the price difference
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