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Bumper + Grill Removal = Recalibration?

johnnySV

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on a High Trim w/ adaptive cruise (Radar) front 360 camera, and parking sensors, if i remove the bumper & grill, then drive the vehicle around the driveway, then re assemble, will this all go back together without codes or the need to re-calibrate sensors, cameras, and/or radar?
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I removed my bumper to paint it which took with it the parking sensors and the radar. I only drove it in and out of the garage. There is no reason to re calibrate it as everything goes right back into place. My $.02. At least I didn't and everything is fine.
 
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great @jhelray same scenario. did you have error codes when driving it with everything unplugged, and then did those codes clear themselves once everything was plugged back in?
 

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I REPLACED my front bumper with a FabFours combo bumper/grillguard and finally mounted the radar to a hole that I drilled in the lower fascia. I was terrified that it would be a nightmare, but a year in and I never bothered to recalibrate it because it just worked. I'm gonna say that if my country-engineered mounting solution didn't require a recalibration, neither will yours.
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