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Recently, I detected a parking sensor malfunction on my dashboard .
There are four such senors on the rear bumper.
When I brought the vehicle into the dealership, they found that one of the senors had malfunctioned, and the malfunction evidently was caused by someone or something hitting into the rear bumper, and it would cost me $400 to replace the defective sensor, and the repair would not be covered by my basic service agreement.
Before I brought it in for service, I did not detect any damage to the rear bumper.
Since all the other 3 sensors on the rear bumper seem to be working, I intend to just live with what I consider a minor problem.
However, I recommend anyone, who encounters any rear end collision to a similar 2017 Chrysler Pacifica, report the collision to their insurance company, even if there isn't any indication of damage to the rear bumper,or a parking sensor malfunction at the time.
Cedar Park, TX, US