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Hello all! Having an issue with my 2022 Rubicon 4xE. Rear park assist is beeping as if there is an obstacle, even when the area behind the Jeep is perfectly clear. Anyone ever experience this? If so, what did you do to fix it?
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Did you get bigger tires? That can set off sensors. The solution is to get a relocation kit. I’d highly recommend the Teraflex Alpha HD. It comes with just the relocation kit or a full kit that replaces your hinges. All you really need is the relocation kit.
 

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^^^^This...We installed new wheels and tires right after purchasing my wife's. The offset on the new wheels is what triggered hers. Because they stick out further than the stock wheels it kicks on the sensors.
 

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I should have been a little more descriptive, my apologies. This is a fully stock 2022 Rubicon. No modifications of any kind. Only around 1200 miles. Jeep was just washed, and I went over all sensors with glass cleaner and microfiber just to be sure.
 

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I had the same issue - try rotating the spare tire on the back - seems the weights used to balance the tire can be picked up by the rear parking sensors. Once I rotated mine and put a cover back on it the problem went away.
 

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I had the same issue - try rotating the spare tire on the back - seems the weights used to balance the tire can be picked up by the rear parking sensors. Once I rotated mine and put a cover back on it the problem went away.
I have read some people having success just rotating the tire so the valve is as close to the next 12:00 position as possible.
 
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