The roof courtesy light, ( not the front) went out together with the bluetooth and back parking sensor.

i drove into a puddle of water when it was raining, when it happened. i took the car to the dealer, was repaired and they setup the bluetooth for me, however 3 months later the same thing happened only the rear parking sensor is still working. could it be wiring issue? because i checked the fuses ( all seem alright).
keep trying the bluetooth but it doesn't recognise or pair with my phone. Also changed the bulbs in the two back roof lights, still not working! any idea is appreciated thanks

My car has 110000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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Hi there. Sounds like a ground wire or open to short wire in the circuitry in your lighting system. Check all of the wires under the vehicle and see if any of them have burn or bare metal markings. If so, then the wire could have be rubbing and needs repaired. Look at the wiring under the hood and make sure that the wires are clean and tight. Loose wires will cause the lights and Bluetooth to stop working. If you need further assistance with your courtesy light and Bluetooth, then seek out a professional, such as one from Your Mechanic, to help you.

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Designed to make parking easier giving a series of audible beeps to indicate how close your vehicle is to an object. The colour coded sensors integrate into the Outlander`s rear bumper.

If your parking sensors are covered in road dirt, dust or mud, they may not work as efficiently. The sensor may mistake dirt for a close object, therefore setting the sensors off incorrectly. So, it`s important to keep your parking sensors clean to ensure they are working as they should be.
The sensors integrate perfectly into the Outlander`s front bumper.
Park assist normally will only make a sound and/or show an image to tell the driver the distance to an object. Whereas active park assist will tap into other vehicle systems to physically park the vehicle. Normally, additional sensors are located in the sides of the bumper or in the fender.
Park assist sensors are part of the park assist system, just one of many advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) found on vehicles today. Damaged sensors are typically replaced and may require painting to match the vehicle.
The parking sensor module is fed by an accessory module at the back which is fed from fuse 8 in the rear Electronic module in the left rear corner of the car .
As you approach, a wall or another car for instance, you`ll hear an audible beep that gets faster as you get closer. Most cars featuring parking sensors will have these on the rear bumper, with some also having them on the front. Some will even give you a visual display on the infotainment system as well.
Buyers who choose the XLE trim get a Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, and the top trims like the Limited, Platinum, and Bronze Edition add Front and Rear Parking Assist with Automatic Braking.
As you approach, a wall or another car for instance, you`ll hear an audible beep that gets faster as you get closer. Most cars featuring parking sensors will have these on the rear bumper, with some also having them on the front. Some will even give you a visual display on the infotainment system as well.
In Outlander and Outlander PHEV vehicles, the GPS location of the vehicle is kept up-to-date only if you have accepted “Vehicle Data Transmission” and turned on “Share Vehicle Information.” Follow the steps below.

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ANSWER : Hi there. Sounds like a ground wire or open to short wire in the circuitry in your lighting system. Check all of the wires under the vehicle and see if any of them have burn or bare metal markings. If so, then the wire could have be rubbing and needs repaired. Look at the wiring under the hood and make sure that the wires are clean and tight. Loose wires will cause the lights and Bluetooth to stop working. If you need further assistance with your courtesy light and Bluetooth, then seek out a professional, such as one from Your Mechanic, to help you.

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