March 7

2006 Range Rover Sport- Rear Parking Sensor Replacement

Auto Repair, Land Rover/Range Rover


Our latest featured repair is Rear Parking Sensor replacement on a 2006 Range Rover Sport, brought to us by a client from Kerrisdale, Vancouver.

Range Rover Sport
2006 Range Rover Sport with 4.2L Supercharged engine

Most modern vehicles feature some sort of warning system to prevent you from hitting something while parking your vehicle. A major component of the system is the parking sensors: usually four in the front bumper and four in the rear.

Failure of any of these sensors will cause the system to shut down. This was the case with our 2006 Range Rover Sport where one rear sensor had died.

Having a good quality scan tool is essential for us to diagnose this concern quickly and accurately. We found that the right inner rear sensor was not registering. Replacing the sensor brought this useful system back to life.

The Range Rover Sport is a fabulous, luxury SUV. It drives like a car but features the toughness of a truck. With its air suspension system the drive height of the vehicle can be adjusted for various road conditions: normal height for everyday driving or raised height for off road and deep snow. This model comes with a 4.2L supercharged V8 engine which provides very quick acceleration.

For more about the Range Rover Sport please click here

For more about Parking Sensor Systems click here

Range Rover Sport
Defective right rear inner parking sensor. From the outside it looks fine but it doesn’t work.

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