Regarding the "ParkSense Unavailable" warning, there are a few steps you can take to troubleshoot the issue:My 2019 Stelvio Ti Sport has a “ParkSense Unavailable” warning. It was just in the shop for a four wheel alignment. I changed the f49 fuse just in case that was the issue but the warning is still on. The fuse did appeared to be blown.
I also attempted to have the four black boxes that were installed by Sigma Automotive for the EU type taillights before I knew about MultiECUScan removed and now I have this issue.
I need a competent automotive electrician to remove those boxes. Sigma is now out of business. I am in the Peterborough UK area.
Anyway, first thing is I need some help troubleshooting the ParkSense issue.
Much appreciate any advise,
- Check the sensors: Ensure that there is no dirt, debris, or obstructions covering the parking sensors. Clean them gently with a soft cloth if necessary.
- Inspect the wiring: Examine the wiring connected to the parking sensors for any signs of damage or disconnection. Ensure that all connections are secure.
- Check the fuse again: Although you mentioned changing the F49 fuse, it's worth double-checking that the new fuse is not blown. If it is, replace it with a new fuse of the correct amperage.
- Perform a reset: Try performing a system reset by disconnecting the car battery for a few minutes and then reconnecting it. This can sometimes resolve electronic glitches.