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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-30-2017, 01:35 AM Thread Starter
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Anybody know of wireless parking sensors? Something that's completely wireless?

I'm looking for a wireless or smart parking sensor that's easy to install. I'm not much for wiring anything...When I look online most options seem to be extremely complicated or expensive. Any help would be much appreciated. I'm buying a used car soon and need to know options soon so I can maybe have the dealership install it for me.
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Wireless parking sensors will be on the pricier side of things. Our cars are small enough where they're really not needed.

Additionally, most dealerships won't install aftermarket items. The technicians don't like to install items that aren't OEM. You're also going to get labor quote of 1-3hrs. At $80-$100/hr labor rate (the average labor rate of most dealerships), that'll add to the cost.

For me personally, I would look at the reason on why you need parking sensors on such a small vehicle. Work on that issue, rather than a expensive band-aid.
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It's not difficult to run wires in an Integra, less than $20 would get you a kit like this

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Parking-4-S...m/192121639115

Drill 4 holes in bumper, run wires (super easy), give the module power, mount the speaker somewhere out of sight, done!

I could see the need for them if parallel parking a lot, I wish my current car had them the other day when I was in the city
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I found something called https://fensens.com/

It looks like something I can just plug and play.
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