Fitting an XGO™ Tray? Here's The Run Down On Sensor Relocation!

At Teralume Industries, we understand the importance of safety features in your vehicle. That's why we have developed a unique solution that allows us to relocate OE safety features such as reverse cameras, 360 cameras, blind spot monitors, cross-traffic monitors, and reverse proximity parking sensors. This means you don't have to compromise on safety when upgrading your vehicle with one of our high-quality trays or canopies. Our experienced team has the technical expertise to ensure your safety features are relocated correctly, so you can have peace of mind on the road.

What Vehicles Do You Cover?

We cover a range of popular vehicles, including:

  • PX1, 2 & 3 Ranger
  • Next Gen Ranger / Raptor
  • Volkswagen Amarok 2012+ including 2023 new release
  • Dmax / BT50 2012+
  • Toyota Hilux N80 with and without 360 cameras
  • GWM Canon with and without 360 cameras
  • LDV T60 with and without 360 cameras
  • Holden RG Colorado
  • Mitsubishi Triton MR, MN
  • Nissan Navara D23 NP300 (inc BSM)

Why Do I Need To Relocate My Sensors?

A common reason for needing to relocate sensors is when installing an aftermarket tray or canopy on a vehicle that already has OE safety features installed. The sensors, such as reverse proximity parking sensors, blind spot monitors, cross-traffic monitors, and cameras, are typically located on the original tray or bumper of the vehicle, which is often removed when installing an aftermarket tray or canopy. Relocating the sensors allows the safety features to continue functioning as intended, ensuring the safety of the driver and other road users.

Can't I Just Bolt Them Back Up Anywhere?

In most cases, the sensors cannot simply be bolted back up anywhere. The sensors are typically designed to work within specific parameters and have specific requirements for their location and orientation in order to function properly. If the sensors are not relocated correctly, they may not work as intended, or they may not work at all. This could result in a loss of functionality or even a potential safety hazard. Therefore, it's important to have the sensors relocated by a qualified professional who understands the requirements and can ensure that they are installed correctly.