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Peak PKC0RE Wireless Backup Parking Sensor System

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  • Wireless broadcast for quick and easy installation
  • Detects objects within five feet of vehicle
  • Water resistant dual sensors for day or night use mount to rear license plate
  • Receiver/distance indicator conveniently mounts to vehicle dashboard
  • All hardware included
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandPeak
ModelPKC0RE
Item Weight1.2 pounds
Product Dimensions3.8 x 2.8 x 1 inches
Item model numberPKC0RE
Manufacturer Part NumberPKC0RE
  
Additional Information
ASINB004P8EF2W
Best Sellers Rank #423,400 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Product Description

The Peak Wireless Backup Parking Sensor System features wireless broadcast for quick and easy installation. Detects objects within five feet of vehicle, with water-resistant dual sensors for day or night use. Receiver/distance indicator mounts to dashboard, while the sensors mount to rear license plate. All hardware included.

Customer Reviews

This item did not work after I installed it.
Alan Stockton
The instruction manual suggests that if such is the case then the sensors may be pointing down!
foxhunter
Mine like most new cars are not that easy to get to.
Michael A. Delay

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By foxhunter on March 14, 2013
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Installation was no problem. I had it done by my mechanic. I was concerned about removing interior body panels and not being able to replace them perfectly.
The unit works as described although it does appear over sensitive. It will sound an alarm when put in reverse if there is anything within forty feet of the back of the car. The instruction manual suggests that if such is the case then the sensors may be pointing down! This seems a little odd as they are designed to do exactly that when mounted to the license plate. I bought this set in preference to the backup camera as the screen was way too small to be useful.
Finally, the unit is a help but needs better adjustment options to make it a good buy.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By L. ILYES on March 7, 2012
I purchased the Peak Performance Dual Sensor Wireless Back-Up System for my 2012 Jeep Liberty. The first difficulty I had is that the sensors mount on the license plate (on my rear hatch) and the power for the transmitter comes from my tail-light (on the left quarter-panel). So, to install the sensor system, I had to remove the rear license plate, the inernal plastic liftgate cover, the chrome rear door latch assembly and the tail light itself (so I could find out which two wires provide power to the reverse, or back-up, light). It was the first time I had done this and it took me an hour to get all of this successfully disassembled. The package claims that this product installs in just minutes, but this is a little bit deceiving.

I was fortunate enough to not have to drill any holes in my vehicle (as the directions suggest may be required). I was able to thread the sensor wires under the rear door latch assembly, through the metal liftgate and out through a small hole already there in my interior plastic liftgate cover. I figured out how to route the wires so that I'd be able to open the hatch and not have wires trailing from the door. This actually is possible but I found that I needed to tack the sensor wires around the edge of the rear hatch edge which is not trivial. Next, I opened up the tire jack access panel and unwrapped the electrical tape covering the wire harness to the left tail lamp assembly. I found the two wires (by color) that I had earlier traced all the way back to the reverse (or back-up) lamp. I was now up to two hours.

I spliced the transmitter power cable into the reverse light wiring in the harness and confirmed the polarity before connecting to the transmitter.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Donnie G. Holtgrewe on August 2, 2014
I bought this item and installed it on my 2008 Chevy Silverado truck. Having already installed a back up camera and a new head unit a few weeks ago, I had all of the wiring readily available to me.In the cab, I hard wired to the reverse" return wire" from the camera wire) behind the head unit. I wired the transmitter unit into the reverse wire from the tail light assembly. The only issue that I incurred was the transmitter unit is not " weather proof " so, I had to find a plastic container that i could put it in along with all of the connections that I installed so I could readily remove the tail gate (Camera is installed inside of the tailgate at the handle).Being an electrician afforded me the knowledge base and ability to do a "professional" job. Like others said, I had to adjust the sensors up to keep them from randomly activating but, for the price I paid ($30 on E...) I feel like it was a good purchase.This is not a "primo" system by any means but, it looks and works good as advertised and it appears to be accurate. It took me about an hour or so to completely install it and make it look like a professional installation. At this point, I feel like I can recommend this product to anyone with some "mechanical/electrical "knowledge... FYI, I don't think that any system would be completely wireless unless they were battery operated and then you would still have to connect to the reverse light to gt the"signal" for it to operate!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Alan Stockton on December 19, 2012
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This item did not work after I installed it. The sending unit would not power up. It had to be returned.
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I installed this about 5 weeks ago on a 1997 Chevy 3500 crew cab long bed. I have twin 5 year olds and am always worried about them being behind me when backing up. I also backed up into a 3 ft high post and dented my bumper. No more. I wired the rear control box into my reverse light power and the in cab speaker/display directly to the fuse box. I decided to drill 2 holes on my bumper near the hitch ball stepdown. I have each angled slightly towards the outside of the bed. It works perfectly. I had my son test from various distances and found it accurate. The only false alarms I get are when my tailgate is down and I back up. Very happy so far.
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I installed this in our 2006 Honda Odyssey van . Both inner and outer panels must be removed to feed the plug end of the sensors wires through the grommet that the tag light wire uses. Takes some time but the panels do come off, without damage. A small flash light and a long flat screwdriver, or pry bar will be useful removing inner panel.
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