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The other pad will be down the back of the vehicle on the opposite side to the front one.
Yep, I figured it was down the back somewhere, but can't find it. Perhaps they ran it inside somewhere.

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Yep, I figured it was down the back somewhere, but can't find it. Perhaps they ran it inside somewhere.
Maybe inside the panel behind the cargo trim.
I was looking at that type of install but need to keep 500mm away from the rear parking sensors and reversing camera to prevent interference.
So opted for a greater distance and placed the rear pads under the vehicle.. It was also easier as I didn't have to remove trim.. (a bit slack there)

I guess only time will tell if it was worth the money and time..
I want to explore our Newcastle coastline, so the system was always on the cards.
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