I understand that some Hondas have had this issue - apparently a seal on the sensor that was leaking. I would see what the dealer says.Every time it rains my front passenger parking sensor falses? Anyone else had the same problem? I could understand if it was covered with snow but rain?
Button panel, lower left by your knee.. first button. If turned on it tells you when you are close to objects (or raindrops). It is buggy, and it appears that Honda's crack engineering team leaves the sensors active at all time when this is turned on. Other companies handle it better and only engage it after Reverse is selected, then disengage above 2'sh/3'sh mph.Damn, I didn't even know I had parking sensors until I read this thread! What the hell do they do? Obviously rain doesn't set mine off or they are not turned on. Need to read the manual.
I believe the parking sensors deactivate above a certain speed (could be wrong), so it's not necessarily that the fault disappears, the system just turns itself off.My front ones give false readings sometimes when it rains and I am not moving. Usually when I start moving the stop the warning. I even got out and ran my hand over the sensor and it was basically dry. I will have dealer check it out next time I am in there.
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