Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Dolphin Silver Fitted to Seat Arosa

Submitted By Customer - Chris GibbsNorwich

Masking tape used on bumper to mark out where to drill holes and also to ensure neater holes produced with drill

Seat Arosa planning where to drill using masking tape 

Holes drilled with the drill as supplied with the dolphin parking sensor kit 

After holes were drilled in bumper

Sensors fit perfectly in to the holes that were drilled in to the bumper 

Sensors in holes

The back fiew of the removed bumper with sensors in place 


Wires through gromit 

Wire through plug

Wires neatly tied with cable ties near to the control box 

Neaten wires

Close up of finished job 

Finished article

The final result of the fitting on the Seat Arosa 
Parking sensors Fitted to Seat Arosa

Monday, 29 September 2014

Skoda Yeti With Dolphin Parking Sensors

A 2011 model Skoda Yeti with matt black sensors. Fitting carried out in Gloucester through our mobile installation service.

Skods Yeti
In matt black bumper


Sunday, 28 September 2014

Dolphin Fitted to Lexus Skoda Octavia

This Skoda Octavia is Skoda paint colour "Storm Blue" which is a great match for the dolphin sensor colour "Sea Blue". The plate is a 10 reg and the customer installed the DPS400 kit himself.

Skoda Octavia Fitted with Parking Sensors
Storm Blue is a great match for sea blue


Friday, 26 September 2014

Dolphin Audio Fitted to Subaru Outback

Standard Sized Silver Dolphin Parking Sensors fitted to the rear bumper of a Subaru Outback. These were fitted by Graham of G-Tech.

Subaru Outback Parking Sensors


Thursday, 25 September 2014

Dolphin Audio Fitted to Vauxhall Meriva 1.6

Audio Kit Fitted to Vauxhall Meriva 1.6, 54 Registration plate by our fitter Dennis

Vauxhall Meriva

Parking Sensors Black

Reversing Sensors 54 Registration Plate


Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Dolphin Parking Sensors Vauxhall Vectra

Installation of Coal Grey colour sensors on a Vauxhall Vectra Saloon. Parking sensors fitted in Kent by Colin.

Parking Sensors fitted to Vauxhall Vectra Iron Grey

Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Dolphin Audio Fitted to Toyota Avensis

Toyota Avensis with a DPS400M kit fitted, this comprises of 4 rear sensors (in silver for this customer), a rear view night vision camera and not shown in the photo is the mirror monitor.

Silver parking sendors and camera kit
Toyota Avensis with Camera Fitted in to the bumper


Monday, 22 September 2014

Dolphin Parking Sensors Vauxhall Vectra

Installed though our network of installers is this Vauxhall Vectra with Silver sensors. Good match, professional looking finish, will now help to keep the rear of the car scuff free.

Parking Sensors fitted to VW Passat

Sunday, 21 September 2014

Dolphin Silver Fitted to Toyota Auris

Mr Varley
Dolphin Silver Fitted to Toyota Auris, Fitted nicely out of sight

Ford Focus Parking Sensor installation
All neat as the trim closed up
Ford Focus Parking Sensor installation
All easy fitted & neat
Ford Focus Parking Sensor installation
Good match to paintwork
Ford Focus Parking Sensor installation


Saturday, 20 September 2014

Dolphin Audio Fitted to Subaru Impreza

White parking sensors fitted by Graham at G-Tech to the rear bumper of a Subaru Impreza.

Parking Sensors Fitted to Subaru Impreza

Thursday, 18 September 2014

Dolphin DPS470 Parking Sensors Fitted to Toyota Prius

"I am very satisfied with the parking sensor system recently purchased from 
you, here are pictures and a brief description of fitting sensors to a 2010 Toyota Prius which you may wish to use on your website." 
Tony Hegarty
Toyota Prius 2010

The sensors can be fitted on the rear bumper cover without removing it from the car. The metal bumper runs about midway inside the cover so that the sensors can be fitted either above or below this without obstruction.  Fitting them around 57 cm above the ground sets them above and nicely clear of the bumper and within the recommended 40 – 70 cm. 

Toyota Prius Fitting

Parking Sensors in Bumper

As the contour of the bumper cover would tilt the sensors slightly upward the spacers were used, which brought them level. In order to feed the sensor wires into the boot it is necessary to move two plastic panels from underneath the car.  These are held in place by a number of plastic pins, three plastic screws, and one 10mm bolt.  The plastic pins are removed by popping the centre of the pin outward and the whole pin will then come out easily.  The pins can be reused when the job is done.  A rubber grommet in the rear left side of the wheel well makes passing the wires forward easy and there is room for the “control box”  behind the small plastic storage compartment directly under the light cluster making connection to the reversing light convenient.

Control Box in boot

The wires attached to the reversing light were too tight to allow a scotchlock to be used so the connection was soldered.  A good earth connection is available at the nearby chrome cargo hook. The wireless version was used so the display can be fitted in a number of convenient places.
Connection to reversing light