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    I got it sorted out chief but I did it a different way. Basically I dug the rest of the loom out that came with the sensors and noticed the sensor wires ended up going to a multiplug which was the same as the plug on the aftermarket wires that go into the park module. Split them both open and matched the new coloured wire to the old, traced that down to the x41 and one by one matched (oviously) what you was saying about the wires and pin position. The only slight different was the old loom compsred to the new was earth and live are different colous. Added the fuse from the from the new loom and basically job done. So now at least theres a definate way ofdoing this especially as you cant buy the loom that comes with part of the kit. Many thanks for your help buddy

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