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On my Corolla, when driving slowly/Parking, the noise from the front parking sensor is  loud (The volume level is set to the middle position in settings). However when reversing it is very quiet., I can barely hear it.

Does any know where the speaker for the rear sensor is located, perhaps I have got it covered with something in the boot?? or does it use the  same speaker as the front sensor.

 

Thanks.

 

 

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I've got mine set loud, and I must admit I've noticed the front is louder than the rear.

My GT86 had UK fitted rear parking sensors with a small speaker in the boot. Which I moved slightly to hear better (absolutely nothing to do with it rattling) but on the Corolla I'd have assumed it would be a little bit more "modern" than that.

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I thought that the sound for the rear parking sensors came from the Speakers in the rear doors and the sound for the front sensors came from the front door Speakers.  

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There are two separate buzzers the front sensor buzzer is behind the dash panel lower RHS, the rear buzzer is behind the upper quarter panel trim RHR.

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Many thanks for the replies, will have a dive around the boot to see what I can find.

 

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