It starts first kick and I don't have to kick it over really fast. People keep telling me they should go to sleep and are slow to startup again, and they should have a slow speed module or they wont work with a B I mean a B50 shouldn't start so easy and run so well, especially at low revs. On second thoughts I'll keep my "faulty" unit and put up with it.
Not as hard as you would think. Bumpers are purely costmetic now.
Twist the 2 antenna wires to together and join as one. They origination at 2 different points inside of the ECU. You can Pd1 unit guide this twin antenna wire from ECU to antenna up to 20cm but ensure it is fastened along its route using lots of mastic, so there is no movement in the wire and preventing false alarms.
Ensure all excess is pulled into car so as not to interfere with the detection range. Don't cut the reverse light wire when attaching the red wire from the ECU.
Using wire cutters or snips score a crease in the insulation of the wire and then force the insulation back exposing the bare wire but not actually cutting through the copper wire.
You can now neatly attach the red wire of the PD1, solder and then cover with insulation tape. Place antenna in position and before fixing the bumper back on permanently test with your hand. When doing a Pd1 unit guide only approach the vehicle once and then reset the system by disengaging reverse gear or false interpretations of the system can be given during this test.
Get the Flash Player to see this player. Install the antenna slightly higher or lower than the crash protection bar but not lower than the recommended minimum of 40 cms from the ground, with 50 cms being optimum height.
Install 2 antennas in parallel with a gap of cms apart, with the lowest at a minimum height of 40 cms from ground. Twist the 2 antennas together at the terminal end and run in parallel, installing them on the most protruding part of the bumper.
Installing the Parking Sensor Antenna on an irregular shaped bumper! The Parking Dynamics PD1 sensor antenna is 1cm in height and offers limitless and flexible installations on front and rear bumpers of all shapes and sizes. The images below show that the antenna that mounts on the inner side of your bumper can fit an irregular shaped bumper without problems giving you optimum operation and total parking protection.
Antenna Installation The Parking Dynamics PD1 sensor antenna is 1cm in height and offers limitless and flexible installations on front and rear bumpers of all shapes and sizes. You can install it as per the instructions so the connector is at the passenger side of the vehicle close to the light cluster to run the twin antenna from the ECU.
But also as below you can mount the terminal in the centre of the bumper. This is ideal for vehicles that have the wiring and the hole with a grommet to pass the twin antenna wire through in a central location.
If you route the wire through this air valve you will get movement on the twin wire and false alarms as a result. Its recommended you run the twin antenna wire through a rubber grommet from within the car ECU to the outside of the car pictured below where it connects to the Antenna on the bumper.
Also ensure the twin antenna lead is fixed to the car body along its full length using mastic to prevent any movement.
If you are in any doubt please contact us. The PD1 antenna is easy to fit and requires no bumper adjustments or holes ensuring a damage free installation. The antenna is cost effective to replace should you wish to move the sensor to a new car in the future or simply require a replacement.
Mounting the Speaker Mount the parking sensor speaker using the included adhesive mount. The volume is loud enough to provide a good warning even if mounted behind your vehicles interior trim. This connects to the ECU by push fit connection.
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