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Cadillac DTS Forum - 2006 through 2012 Discussion, Headlight replaced, now Service Parking Assit error in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; Hi guys. The dealer I bought my car from finally replaced the headlight that was out. The next day my ...
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    Headlight replaced, now Service Parking Assit error

    Hi guys. The dealer I bought my car from finally replaced the headlight that was out. The next day my SPA warning was coming on consistently. From what I've read, it's most likely a loose or misplaced sensor? But I'm wondering how much of my already non-existent time should I expect this to eat up looking into it? Is it difficult to take the bumper cover off, what should I be looking for?
    I would take it back, but its clear across town and quite frankly I'm tired of dealing with them (small used car lot).

    thanks in advance!

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    Re: Headlight replaced, now Service Parking Assit error

    First "LOOK" at the sensors real close.
    Do they all look EXACTLY the same... are they FLAT and not crooked in the bumper?
    If one is crooked or PUSHED IN a little... reach up behind the bumper and straighten it out.
    If they are all straight, most likely a wire is not plugged in correctly.
    Lay on your back and look up inside the bumper at the wires...

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