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Reverse sensor audio tone question

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#1 OFFLINE   Dayvidpriddy


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Posted 30 October 2014 - 10:25 AM

Hi guys,

I just purchased a 2010 Ford FLEX SEL yesterday and have a question about the reverse sensor audio tone that the vehicle makes...I'm new here so I'll probably be back quite a bit lol.

Anyways the tone seems to be coming from the inside rear right side of the vehicle (passenger side/rear of the car) but nothing comes from the drivers side rear...I can tell the general area where the tone comes from but couldn't tell you exactly where it was because it seems to be hidden somewhere. Anyways I just wanted to make sure that my tone was working correctly and that it should only be sounding from that passengers side/rear area and not from both sides of the rear of the vehicle? I wasn't sure if something was broken or not and just wanted to double check.




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Posted 06 November 2014 - 08:18 AM

I believe the 2010  uses the radio for the tones, and may just be using that one rear speaker. Just to make sure, test all your speakers to make sure they are working using the fader and balance control. 

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