fiat panda parking sensor

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FIAT PANDA Panda 100hp speaker upgrade and rear parking sensors.

Hi Everyone Having bought my 100hp only a few weeks ago (very proud owner) i decided to upgrade my speakers as i didnt have the version with the 6 speaker system. I also had a spare reverse parking sensor kit from parking dynamics and decided to install that aswell (yea i know not needed but sod it i like my gadgets and in london it proves useful for tight spaces and parking quickly) Anyway i couldnt

Tbh IMO the speakers in the pandas are shocking when compared to the unbranded Bose speakers fiat use in other models.

Mid and tweets are in alpine tweeters look at home. I didnt flush mount the front tweeters as i angled them for better soundstaging Attached Thumbnails     __________________ fiat Forum Useful Links Donate to FF    Buy FF Merchandise    Classifieds    FF Insurance    How-to Guides    FAQs   Quote   11-02-2011   12 JD82 Get Your Own Title

No I would need one of these for that- httpcgi.ebay.co.ukfiat-panda-Bla...item4aa885cf8b I have a much more basic Blaupunkt unit which is half height I assume though my panda will take any head unit without the need to buy the adapter as it already has one. Not my car but mine is idenitcal you can see the head unit is half the height of other pandas. My existing head unit is slightly scratched due

fit the sub and screw it down to the floor pan (carpet is raised slightly with soundproofing) I found a connector cable which seems to be the connection for the subwoofer This helped as laying the cables was easy enough and followed all the rest of the cables to the bulk head and headunit. Will write up more soon Attached Thumbnails               __________________ fiat

It would probably be easier to move house parking sensors for the panda are fiat part number 46002794 - 118.84 inc VAT - so that means that the wiring to instal them is part of the setup and Id have thought youd be better to fit the fiat part than anything else. As far as I can make out the electrics are driven off a bus system and youd need to consult one of the experts but I suspect one of them will

Originally Posted by ThisBitterPill Just remember that the 100hp has about 6 after the rear window and youll be fine I cant believe youd ever need them on such a small car Whats the size of the car got to do with the price of fish Could say small cars dont need power steering but people wanted it and the market has now developed into fitting it as standard. Ive fitted parking sensors to my cars as

Originally Posted by Most Easterly pandas Can still park without them but you never know when that low wall or pillar might be there. You may as well know that they commonly miss pillars though.

Originally Posted by Most Easterly pandas Whats the size of the car got to do with the price of fish Could say small cars dont need power steering but people wanted it and the market has now developed into fitting it as standard. Ive fitted parking sensors to my cars as an aid. Can still park without them but you never know when that low wall or pillar might be there. Im sure they are of use to some

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FIAT PANDA Panda- Reverse Parking Sensor Ready

Looking under my panda Eleganza near the boot I notice a 5 pin connector clipped there. The wire connected to it then runs into the car via hole in the spare wheel recess and then must run up to the front of the car. Is this the connection ready in for the parking sensors They use 4 sensors so would need 4 wires plus a common. The wire could run to the onboard computer to make use of the built in speaker and possibly the multifunction display. Andrew

FIAT PANDA Panda Parking Sensors - Pictures

The better half has asked me to fit some parking sensors to her new 100HP but Id like to get as factory as possible. Bought a 4 sensor kit in Black of course....does anybody have a photo of the factory set-up

parking sensors on a panda. Whatever next.

Originally Posted by Trefor parking sensors on a panda. Whatever next. On a Smart with optional warning sounder when reverse gear engaged

The mind boggles as to why parking sensors are needed on a panda... The back of the car is reasonably flat so is the rear window not a good enough guide

Having witnessed some city parking antics in Rome Florence Milan & Verona it would be fair to say that the italians dont have much call for parking sensors in the home market and they still appear to think their bumpers are made of chrome. Mind you I guess theyre called bumpers for a reason.

FIAT 500 II Recommend Parking Sensors

Ive got a TwinAir on order for March 1st delivery and wondered if anyome had any thoughts as to whether the parking sensors are a good thing or not worth it. The dealer could fit them next week if need be. My wife and I managed for years without them and in some awkward shaped cars but I do find them useful in my car. Am I just being lazy

Apart from the questionable need for sensors on such a small if bulbous (panda owner) car - my question about parking in really tight spots is not whether or not I can do it but whether or not the drivers in front and behind will bother to get out without a nudgescrape - which defeats the object.

Originally Posted by babbo_umbro Apart from the questionable need for sensors on such a small if bulbous (panda owner) car - my question about parking in really tight spots is not whether or not I can do it but whether or not the drivers in front and behind will bother to get out without a nudgescrape - which defeats the object. Exactly I never park in tight spots you might take car to get in but are

FIAT 500 II Are fog lightsparking sensor necessary

Are fog lights something worth getting on the 500 Is the parking sensor useful given its such a small car to park

Fog lamps are for use in fog by they way we are back in the fold previously had 1.9 grande punto and panda 100hp fiat 500 1.3 sport (very good) black black leather electric sun roof (absolutley fantasic) 16in wheels rev sensors (not nessesary) fog lamps (dont forget for use in fog only) auto dip mirror (looks like it was nicked off a bmw) red stripe leather gear knob chrome bumpers and mirrors

FIAT 500 II Poor Quality Wiring to Rear Parking Sensors

Had to make a delve into the wheel well today to recover two rogue loose batteries that were driving me mad rolling around in there. And I was rather shocked when I saw the wires for the rear parking sensors coming through a rubber gromit with no outer sheath on the cable just loose wires. These look so easy to get snagged or damaged when removing the spare wheel When Richard gets home tonight I will

Must be a 500 thing. On the panda the wiring it fitted on all pandas so wrapped in the same stuff the rest of the loom is. Its unlikely to get snagged in fairness though imo.

FIAT 500 II Reverse Parking Sensors

OK when I purchased my A5oo I was skeptical about reverse sensors especially on such a small car. However since I purchased the Giulietta I have gotten quite fond of them - so much so I am thinking about fitting some on my A5oo Anyone fitted an aftermarket system recently Experiences Any recommendations for a OEM looking system I want to avoid the chunky tacked-on look Finally I read a while back

The OE system is made by Valeo Most Easterly pandas liked this post

Originally Posted by deeyup I have a kit that I bought and never bothered getting fitted. Its called valeo park n beep. The kit includes fitting. You just call the number and they come to you to instal free of charge. If your interested Ill put a classified advert up. Many thanks for your kind offer Happy to take it up ..... as long as they are happy to come to my home in Sydney......Australia deeyup Most Easterly pandas liked this post

FIAT BRAVO parking sensors rear windscreen wiper reverse lights asr and hill holder

parking sensors not working reverse light not working rear windscreen wiper not working hill holder dash error asr dash error all happened at the same time any ideas what it could be we have change the reverse light switch on the gearbox and nothing changed all happened after changing head unit to a pioneer one with hand brake by pass no error codes in ecu had a scanner on it any suggestions on fixing will be good thanx

Originally Posted by Most Easterly pandas Disconnect the battery and put it on charge for a few hours. Likewise you left the canbus network disconnected I assume and didnt just plug it into the back of the new head unit did you What scanner are you using the last two issues should be leaving fault codes. hi the battery ok. is the canbus the different colour block things they havent been reconnected

FIAT PANDA Winter Pandaring

Stupid panda... again. Left for work at 715 this morning locks frozen doors frozen. Deicer got the windows sorted. Couldnt get in the boot had to use a 2 litre bottle of warm-ish water. ... then had to demist inside. Of course I had ice on the windows inside too. I left work at 9pm I got into the car at 915. I left the carpark at 925. Interestingly the heater was frozen too the recirculating air slider

Originally Posted by Dragon Man i did make and wire a remote engine startstop into talon but i didnt like it so removed the relay box. would be a cool thing to have if you drove a selecta. my biggest worry with it was leaving it in gear. Did someone say remote start fiat panda Selecta Remote Start and parking sensors - YouTube fiat panda Selecta Remote Start and parking sensors - YouTube

Originally Posted by Most Easterly pandas Did someone say remote start fiat panda Selecta Remote Start and parking sensors - YouTube Fancy How crap at parking do you have to be to need parking sensors on a panda though james2609 liked this post

Example offers of car parts fiat panda parking sensor

  • FIAT 500 PANDA GENUINEORIGINALE BOSCH PARKING SENSOR capteur 51720996 0263003231 - Polonia (28.99 EUR)
  • REVERSING PARKING SYSTEM 8 SENSORS LED DISPLAY FITS FIAT PANDA PUNTO MAREAF/R - Redruth,United Kingdom (225.99 GBP)
  • FIAT PART 71736532 BOSCH Parking sensor Panda II / Bravo III (rear bumper) - Bodmin,United Kingdom (16.00 GBP)

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