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I'm toying with fitting parking sensors to the front of my "Old Man Tank" cos my Old Lady likes to play touch park. I don't want them on all the time, and the simple solution of a switch is too simply for my Old Lady to remember. I need some way of activating the sensors but only at low speeds.

My GS300 Mk2 has sat nav. When I'm moving forwards at anything more than a crawl, the keys grey out to prevent me from playing with it.

I'm wondering if I can link the two together somehow so the sensors only work when the sat nav buttons are active.

Does anyone know where to pick up the speed sensor in the wiring loom?

Paul

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I'm toying with fitting parking sensors to the front of my "Old Man Tank" cos my Old Lady likes to play touch park. I don't want them on all the time, and the simple solution of a switch is too simply for my Old Lady to remember. I need some way of activating the sensors but only at low speeds.

My GS300 Mk2 has sat nav. When I'm moving forwards at anything more than a crawl, the keys grey out to prevent me from playing with it.

I'm wondering if I can link the two together somehow so the sensors only work when the sat nav buttons are active.

Does anyone know where to pick up the speed sensor in the wiring loom?

Paul

I am just about to fit some front sensors to my MK1 GS300 and the kit I have suggests wiring to the brake lights. Suppose it sort of makes sense but not sure about on an auto??

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