Side Blind Zone Monitor

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    Side Blind Zone Monitor

    I have to replace the SBZ sensors in my 2013 Cruze. Can someone tell me if these are plug and play or if they need to be programmed / calibrated by a dealer before they are installed?

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    Yes, it must be programmed after installing. Procedure
    Disconnect the side object sensor electrical connector.
    Release the locking retainer from the side object sensor bracket.
    Program the side object sensor after replacement. Refer to Control Module References.

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