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must be something simple if the sensors work when it is dry

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must be something simple if the sensors work when it is dry weather?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Ford
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Expert:  Mike replied 3 years ago.
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My name is MIKE - Im happy to help / advise you ..

Im afraid your question is somewhat vague... Please give me full details of the problem you need help with --- then we can progress...

Kind Rgds, MIKE..................................
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

my front and rear sensors on my 'c' max work fine when the weather is dry and warm, but as soon as it rains they do not work

Expert:  Mike replied 3 years ago.
Hello again -

Thank you for your reply and further info..

With this situation - given the sensors operation are affected by rain - you must have one or more that is faulty - or, water getting into the wiring / connections to them.

You can get a faulty individual sensor - letting rain into the sensor etc - and that is enough to throw them all -

A god way to test the sensors is to switch them on - have them operating and then place your ear close to each one.. you should hear a ticking sound as they pulse... If you dont hear one ticking, that one is usually faulty needing replacing - but again , check the wiring to it - you need to gain access to the rear of the sensor to test / check... Really its only a simple check for wire / connection integrity - and cure any issue you might see / have - other than that - renew the suspect sensor/s.

Im very pleased to have helped / advised you - If you need anything else at all - by all means get back to me -

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Kind Rgds, MIKE.

 

Expert:  Mike replied 3 years ago.
Hello again -

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