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Hopkins Backup Sensor System - Audible Alert - License Bracket Mount

Hopkins Backup Sensor System - Audible Alert - License Bracket Mount

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Mounted behind the rear license plate, the NVision Back-up Sensor System detects objects up to 5-1/2 feet away and alerts you with an audible alarm. 1-800-940-8924 to order Hopkins backup camera part number HM60100VA or order online at Free expert support on all Hopkins products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Hopkins Backup Sensor System - Audible Alert - License Bracket Mount. Backup Camera reviews from real customers.
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Hopkins Backup Camera - HM60100VA

  • Alerts and Sensors
  • Hardwired
  • Back Up Alarm
  • Sensor System
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Mounted behind the rear license plate, the NVision Back-up Sensor System detects objects up to 5-1/2 feet away and alerts you with an audible alarm.


  • Detects objects, and starts to beep, up to 5-1/2 away
    • Left and right sensors
    • Audible warning alarm beeps more frequently as objects enter each of 3 alert zones
    • Mounts behind license plate
  • Cable length: 8'
  • Draws 620 milliamps


  • Includes:
    • Mounting bracket with 2 sensors
    • Audible alarm
    • Installation cables
  • 3-Year warranty

Protect your vehicle from rear-end collisions, eliminate blind spots, and increase visibility. A recent phenomenon is an increase in non-traffic incidents involving children, with backovers accounting for 44 percent of fatalities attributable to the larger size of today's vehicles, which have bigger blind spots. Mounted behind the rear license plate, the NVision Back-up Sensor System detects objects up to 5-1/2 feet away with three alert zones.

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Hopkins Backup Sensor System - Audible Alert - License Bracket Mount - HM60100VA

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (63 Customer Reviews)

Mounted behind the rear license plate, the NVision Back-up Sensor System detects objects up to 5-1/2 feet away and alerts you with an audible alarm.


Installed on 2015 Kia Sorento. My particular installation was simple . I new it would be , that is why I chose this product. My backup lights are located on the back door hatch. Removed three small opening covers and exposed the opening to the light wiring and gained access to " fish wire and connector through, without removing paneling. Connections were literally a "snap". All was achieved within the back door panel. The unit seems to work fine but is lacking corner activation, which is to be expected with only two sensors. My particular application will not sense a small dog even when sensors are pitched lowest possible.( high licence plate). Had to disconnect and reconnect connector with white alignment dots numerous times before unit worked properly. Overall, I would say it functions very well . It is very adequate for my needs and at a reasonable price. I Couldn't give it 5 stars because of the connector problem. How it does in the future. only time will tell .

It it not perfect because it is limited to certajn degree. It would work better if my placement would have allowed for it to be a little bit lower. I am still very happy with the purchase and would definately recommend it. It is still a great help to me.
Guy A - 11/25/2018


The back up alarm works great. The best feature is the volume control. Up high it gets your immediate attention even over the loud radio.


First of all etrailer is great; prompt shipping and immediate e-mail notifications throughout the purchase process. The unit was easy to install once we figured out the backup light color code for my 2011 Dodge Challenger (white w/light green stripe). It works great! Almost invisable; does not detract from the looks of the vehicle.

I purchased this backup sensor to install on my sons 2010 Dodge Challenger SE. We havent installed it yet. How has the unit worked for you? Any problems and any additional info you could offer on the install?Thank you, Felicia
-- comment by: Felicia C - 10/15/2013


I'm a car guy for over 40 years, with a long history of show Corvettes. So I'm very particular and I do all of my own work. I bought this backup alert frame from late last year and installed it on my wife's 2011 Ford Fusion along with a backup camera on top of the license plate. It all fit together perfectly. And it works beautifully, just as a factory backup alert would. I just bought a second one for my 2015 Malibu LTZ that has a factory backup camera, but no alert! So this is the quick and easy fix, without drilling holes in the rear valance for those other types of sensors.

Feeding the wire up through the license plate lamp is easy, then just tapping it into either backup lamp wire. And a ground is easy to find. I ran the alert speaker wire around the back seat and laid the small speaker up on the corner of the rear shelf. Depending on the height of license plate bracket, the sensors are adjustable up and down also for accuracy. After my wife backed into two neighbors cars at two different homes we've lived at, this solution was long overdue!!!

Still works fine. Sometimes alerts briefly when backing up for no reason. But its not an issue.
KenL - 08/04/2020


Had to modify the bottom plastic area to fit between my bumper and tailgate. Shaved off about 1/8" - 3/16". Installation not too bad. Would like to see a larger notification area, about 8 to 10 ft for a slow intermittent beep. Right now it is between 5 to 6 ft. Also, I have had times I get a low steady sound when I put in reverse with nothing behind me. Goes away when I put in forward. When I do get a low steady sound, the until still notifies me when I get close to an object. I disconnect the horn when I tow my boat or ATV trailer. A good safety kit for the price and have recommended it to friends.

After a small modification to installation, your product has worked well. Sometimes get a low sound when I do an automatic unlock or lock by my key fob but it is intermittent. Still recommend the product.
John N - 03/28/2021


We are a collision and service facility and we bought this unit for a customer of ours. Since installation of the backup sensor system we have performed other work for this customer and have heard no complaints. If they had any issues we would have been notified. Have to recommend this 100%.


This was a great add on for our VW Beetle. It works great and gives us confidence when parallel parking. The folks at etrailer were helpful and great to work with.

Works great, glad we have it
Mike E - 06/01/2021


I’ve had this back up camera and alarm system which has worked great , I especially like the sensor system with the audible beep , set up an installation are relatively easy and instructions are very good ,only one hiccup the sensor stopped working after a few months. I contacted e trailer and their customer service was fantastic extremely helpful and sent me out a brand new unit No questions asked and it has worked flawless ever since !! If you’re looking for an economical way to have a back up camera and back up sensors this is definitely the way to go. Thanks again to E trailer for the fantastic customer service


I have purchased four backup camera systems over the last three years or so. Only one time has a system malfunctioned. Customer service took care of the issue immediately and without need for explanation. As long as I can purchase these systems manufactured by Hopkins and sold by, I will continue to purchase them as needed. They hold up great. I’ve had one system for over two years. Never had an issue with it. Way better than the cheap ones. These backup camera systems are priced very reasonably on etrailer. Each system I’ve purchased is installed on a separate vehicle (total of four). Easy to install as well.


Dear Customer Service,
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would not accept a mark, but I place the product as excellent. It was easy to install as the instructions are straight forward, and I have now installed the Hopkins system on two of my Ford F-150s. I have a factory unit on my latest Ford F150, which had a camera only. I missed the sensor system, and I had to install it on my 2015 F150. The Hopkins Backup Camera and Sensor system is comparable to the factory system, but a lot less expensive. I would not be without it on any of my vehicles. Thanks etrailer for your support and excellent service.
Larry B.


I had purchased front parking sensors for my 2018 Mercedes Benz 300 GLC (why in the world on this car, no front parking sensors) and it cost me $265 to have them installed. I found the HOPKINS backup sensors on [another site] and because of shipping (so I could return if needed) I purchased it, even though more expensive for my 2018 Honda Ridgeline for the front (the rear had sensors installed). My local auto shop charged me $50 for installation. Total...a little over $90. ABSOLUTELY PERFECT. I have since bought another set from etrailers for the front of my 2014 Nissan 370Z. It is so low to the ground that I installed a wireless camera from GARMIN on the front license bracket. Because the HOPKINS worked so well on my Ridgeline, this seemed like a great solution for when I do not take the time to hook up the Garmin GPS in my vehicle. BIG difference in price of sensors.

Bottom line...Buy it, you will really like it....


Needed a parking sensor for the front of my 2017 Ford F250 FX4. It is hard to judge the distance from a vehicle in front when parking. I did not want to drill any holes in the bumper. This is the perfect solution. Sensors and controller simply bolt to the front license plate holder, picked up power from one of my upfitter switches under hood and ran speaker wire through the firewall grommet. I mounted the speaker under the driver-side dash. So far the system is working great.


I installed this product in a 2017 Camry, which has a backup camera but no proximity sensor. I just finished the installation and haven't fully tested. I mounted the alarm in the trunk lid to minimize wiring; set it on Hi. If it is not loud enough I may need to move it further forward. I found the incandescent backup lights in the trunk lid and wired the power leads into them. One problem I had was connections in the splices. Per the note in the instructions, I doubled the lead wires in the connector, and now everything works.


Installing the back up alarm was easy , directions were very clear . The alarm works great loud , clear, and very reliable. Does exactly as advertised. All good hear

Works great still. Im sure it saved me from damaging my car a few times. No complaints , works evey time
Mark A - 12/06/2020


Package arrived in good condition. The product is well constructed. Delivery from etrailer was great. Will not have time to install product until spring here in the NE. Will follow up later.

Still working great. Saved me a number of times from almost hitting something. Very accurate.
Pete K - 01/15/2018


The original backup sensor was defective but was replace very soon by Hopkins once notified. The replacement has been working well for over a year and is sensitive and has good range. I am extremely pleased with it.

It is working very well. Money well spent!
Frederick B - 09/26/2018


Product is useful. I bought it to help get the distance when backing up to a smaller car with my SUV. It works pretty well for that purpose. Occasionally I get false alarms when backing up with nothing close to my vehicle. All and all it served my purpose.

Raymond,Thank you for your review.This back up system has sensors that are made to be able to adjust the angle. The mounting location of the sensors may be an issue. If the sensors are detecting parts of the vehicle then you may be getting false alarm beeps. This may be happening if the angle of the sensors are detecting the sides of the mounting location or the angle of the sensors are detecting the bumper. It is possible to mount the unit upside down so the sensors are on the bottom but that will block some of the range of the sensors.
-- Etrailer Expert Heather A - 03/07/2018


Installation was easy and this product works great. The wires are too short for a full size pickup but I easily lengthened them so that they would reach to the cab. I may add an off switch in the future, so I can back a trailer without hearing the alarm. I have had compliments on this sensor being almost hidden, not like the sensors attached to the bumper. I am very pleased and would recommend it to anyone.


I have used this product before with good results. I have a 2007 Toyota Solara and it has limited visual rear viewing. A back-up motion sensor is a must on this vehicle. It didn't take me very long to install it since I was familiar with the installation. I have only used this particular sensor as of today and it seems to work very well. I would like to commend your company for the extremely fast turnaround time from order placement to delivery. Your communication was excellent, your price was fair and I definitely would do business with you again.

Thanks again.


I have not opened it yet! Waiting for the weather to change b 4 i put it on my van


Extremely fast delivery. Simple installation on my 2005 Nissan Altima. I like the
product because it eliminates drilling holes in the bumper. I found the audible
alarm cable to be about 6' shorter than I needed. I easily spliced in a cable extension.
Product worked well. Well worth the price.

Roy, Hopkins appreciates your business and is grateful you purchased our Backup Sensor System. If you have any concerns or questions, please get in contact with etrailer customer service.
Hopkins C from - 07/10/2017


It says it detects objects up to 5/12 ft away. I could only get it to detect 4 ft away, even after adjusting the sensors.. It doesn't detect off to the corners of the rear bumper very well. You better be backing up slow, because 4 ft isnt a lot of reaction time. Instructions were good and installed rather easy. I give it a mediocre score due to the limited range.


I received the Hopkins Backup Sensor System HM60100VA within 4 days. That was very fast. I installed the Backup sensor on my front license plate, because I have factory installed rear sensors. I am going to install a switch so that I can turn it off when I don't need it. When the sensor is mounted in the front it is very sensitive, it beeps a lot. I will only use it when I park.


installed license plate backup sensor today, easy to install on my 2016 silverado. tried backing up to various
objects seems to work well. only one complaint the wire to alarm is too short for truck application, some splicing required, not every shade tree mechanic has tools for this.


After a couple of weeks searching for a backup alert kit, I gave up because of the need to drill holes through the bumper. When I found etrailer backup kit, it did not require drilling. After I installed the kit, it works great and looks very clean. Great product.

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  • Does the Hopkins Backup Sensor System Connect to the Reverse Lights on a 2008 Acura MDX
    The Hopkins Backup Sensor System, # HM60100VA, does come with detailed installation instructions. The unit actually gets wired to a reverse light wire behind one of the tail lights on the vehicle. When you put the vehicle in reverse it will activate the system. Once you take the vehicle out of reverse, the system shuts off.
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  • Hopkins Backup Sensor System Sending False Alarms on a Ford E-250 Van
    I think you are exactly right. The depth of the mounting location is somehow affecting the sensors on the Hopkins Backup Sensor System, # HM60100VA. There are a couple of things you can do. First, you can try mounting the unit upside down with the sensors on the bottom. The drawback is that if the rear bumper sticks out further, it will block some of the range of the sensors. You can also introduce some sort of spacer between the back of the unit and where it mounts. This may require longer...
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  • Could a Hopkins Backup Sensor be Installed on a 2004 GMC Yukon
    You should be able to install a Hopkins Backup Sensor System # HM60100VA on your 2004 GMC Yukon Denali. The sensors are adjustable to allow you to aim the angle of the sensor so you could point above the step on your license plate if you needed to.
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  • How Would the Hopkins Backup Sensor Install on a Toyota Sienna 2012
    To install this Hopkins Backup Sensor System # HM60100VA on your 2012 Toyota Sienna you will need to locate the reverse light circuit. The wires that go to your reverse lamps will be the ones to use. You will need to use a circuit tester like our part # 40376 to determine which wire has voltage when your 2012 Toyota Sienna is put into reverse. Once you find the correct wire you will need to use the included quick-connect connectors to tap into this circuit. This will tell the sensors when...
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  • Does Hopkins Backup Sensor System # HM60100VA Pick Up Distance to the Trailer Tongue or Trailer
    On the Hopkins Backup Sensor System, part # HM60100VA, the sensors can be adjusted up and down. If the sensor is adjusted down to pickup the trailer tongue then it will pickup the tongue first. If the adjustment is higher it might only pickup the trailer. I am including a link to a question we answered about the sensitivity range of the Hopkins sensor system that will include a video which will show you how it senses something behind the vehicle. This might help show you how the system...
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  • Is Drilling a Hole in the Trunk Required to Install the Hopkins Backup Sensor System, # HM60100VA
    You will not necessarily have to drill through the trunk to install the Hopkins Backup Sensor System, # HM60100VA. You can route the wires down and underneath the vehicle and look for an existing grommet to route the wiring through into the trunk area. If there is no grommet then you will have to make a hole for he wiring. Make sure to seal it up with silicone sealant to keep out fumes and moisture. Having the alert part in the trunk is probably not the best location for it because it...
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  • Can the Hopkins Backup Sensor System Be Mounted Upside Down
    Yes, the Hopkins Backup Sensor System item # HM60100VA, can be mounted upside down. However, if your rear bumper protrudes out below the license plate, then the backup sensor will not be able to pickup items that are low to the ground. The sensor might then need to be adjusted upward, creating a larger blind spot, to keep it from sensing the bumper. You will also be exposing the sensors to more weather and road debris in the lower position. You will want to have the sensors pointed in...
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  • Will the Hopkins Backup Sensor System, # HM60100VA Fit a Chevy Silverado LTZ
    I am not sure what would interfere with the Hopkins Backup Sensor system, # HM60100VA, considering that it mounts in the same place as the rear license plate. The overall width of the unit is 13-1/8 inches, see photo, and the height is 5-15/16 inches. It sounds like it will just fit if your measurement is slightly above 13 inches and not slightly less than 13 inches.
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  • Hopkins Backup Sensor System Sounds Constant Alert when Installed on a 2008 Nissan Pathfinder
    If the license plate area on the 2008 Nissan Pathfinder is recessed, the sensors could be picking up the overhang above the license plate area, or the rear bumper. You would need to put something behind the unit so that it protrudes further from the rear of the vehicle so the sensors will not detect those items on the vehicle. If there is a short circuit that is applying constant power to the alert, it would just beep continuously while in reverse because there would be power applied to...
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  • Adjusting the Hopkins Backup Sensor System to View Closer to the Back of a 2011 Toyota Venza
    What you could do is put something behind just the top of the unit between where it mounts and the back of it. This will produce a more downward angle and give you coverage closer to your 2011 Toyota Venza. You can also try turning the unit 180 degrees so the senors are on the bottom but that might cut the angle of visibility down for the sensors.
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  • Tips for Installing Hopkins Backup Sensor System on a 2012 Nissan Altima Coupe
    Installation of the Hopkins backup sensor, # HM60100VA, if pretty straight forward. The main unit fits in the same place as the rear license plate. From there, you will need access to the trunk to make the wiring connections to the reverse lights on the vehicle. How you get into the trunk area is up to you. On the 2012 Nissan Altima coupe, you may be able to access the trunk by routing the wire up and going through where the license plate lights are. Another option is to go down and have...
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  • Will the Hopkins Backup Sensor System, # HM60100VA, Fit a 2005 Mercedes C 240 Sedan
    I looked at some images of the 2005 Mercedes C 240 sedan and the Hopkins Backup Sensor System, # HM60100VA, should work just fine on your vehicle. Because of the angle of the factory mount and the overhang above it, you will need to point the sensors down so that the system does not sense the rear of the vehicle by mistake.
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  • Will the Hopkins Backup Sensor System, # HM60100VA, Fit a 2004 Ford Expedition
    The Hopkins Backup Sensor System, # HM60100VA, is a universal fit type of item. It mounts to industry standard license plate hole spacing on vehicles so it will fit on your 2004 Ford Expedition. The unit wires into the reverse light circuit on the vehicle. When the vehicle is placed in reverse, the sensors will power on and if an obstruction is located the alert will beep. The sensors can be adjusted a little to point up or down more. If the license plate area on the vehicle is recessed,...
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  • Is the Angle of the Hopkins Backup Sensor System Adjustable
    The Hopkins Backup Sensor System # HM60100VA that you referenced has adjustable sensors and can be angled down to about a 45 degree angle. It will sense things higher and lower than things that are just straight back. The Back Up sensor is designed to start beeping when you are approximately 5-1/2 feet away from an obstacle. Check out the helpful link I attached that as a video of this product being demonstrated.
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  • Using Hopkins Back-Up Sensor System on 2008 Acura MDX
    The two sensors on the license plate bracket are adjustable so that your bumper will not trip the alarm. However, if the sensors are adjusted too far upward, they will not pick up any objects that are close to the ground. You can use two systems, but you would need to wire the front system differently because the system is designed to activate when the vehicle is placed in reverse. The front system could be wired directly to the positive battery terminal, and a switch could be installed...
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  • Wiring Recommendations for Installing a Hopkins Backup Sensor System on a Hyundia Genesis 4 door
    The circuit you will need to tap into for the Hopkins Backup Sensor System # HM60100VA to work correctly would be the reverse light circuit. This way the sensor is only active when you are in reverse. If you were to install a # HM60100VA on the front license plate of your vehicle it would require that you power it with a 12 volt power source. The easiest way to do this would be to run power from the battery to a switch then to the # HM60100VA. This will require you to flip a switch every...
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  • Installation of Hopkins Backup Sensor System Part # HM60100VA on Jeep Grand Cherokee
    The Hopkins Backup Sensor System with Audible Alert, Part # HM60100VA, installs with basic tools, including a scissor or wire stripper (to remove insulation from wires), a screwdriver and electrical tape. In some cases a drill with 11/32 inch drill bit may be needed. Most customers who purchased this product comment on the ease of installation; you can review their comments on this product page on our website. Installation consists of routing a coaxial cable, splicing two wires and mounting...
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  • Is Hopkins Backup Sensor System License Bracket Mount # HM60100VA Compatible on 2012 Hyundai Sonata
    After speaking with my contact at Hopkins, I can tell you the Hopkins Backup Sensor System License Bracket Mount # HM60100VA is a compatible fit on your car. You may have to drill a small hole behind the license plate to pass the power wire from the camera through the rear hatch door. Some cars may have a hole for this already but most do not. Based on the photos I have seen of the rear license plate area and the fact it is tapered around the tag area, this item should fit on your 2012...
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  • Will the Hopkins Backup Sensor System # HM60100VA fit a 2012 Mini Cooper S
    The Hopkins Backup Sensor System # HM60100VA that you referenced is designed to fit any vehicle with standard size license plates. Based on that it should work very well for your 2012 Mini Cooper S. But if you wanted to be sure you could check out the picture I attached that shows the dimensions of the # HM60100VA and compare that to the are where your license plate is to see if it would fit. This bracket is 13-1/8 inches wide by 5-15/16 inches tall.
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  • Will the Hopkins Backup Sensor System, # HM60100VA, Fit a 2003 Chevy Tahoe
    The steel bumper on your 2003 Chevy Tahoe may make the sensors on the Hopkins Backup Sensor System, # HM60100VA, go off but if this happens all you will need to do is adjust the sensors so it does not give you a false alert. Some customers have also used spacers to mount the unit out a little further so the sensors will clear an obstruction.
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  • Will Hopkins Backup Sensor # HM60100VA Interfere with OEM Backup Camera on 2012 Toyota Sienna
    My technical contact at Hopkins Manufacturing advised there are no known conflicts between the OEM backup camera on the 2012 Toyota Sienna and the Hopkins License Bracket-Mount Backup Sensor, part # HM60100VA. My research indicates the Sienna factory-installed backup camera is located to the left-of-center on the underside of the rear hatch handle. It is positioned roughly under the letter S of the Sienna logo. It appears that the left-side sensor of the Hopkins system will sit just below...
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  • How to Route Wiring for Hopkins Backup Sensor # HM60100VA Into 2012 Dodge Ram 1500 Crew Cab
    For the Hopkins License Bracket Mount Backup Sensor System, part # HM60100VA, typical pickup truck installations involve routing the cable from the rear of the vehicle underneath it along the driver-side frame rail (securing it with zip ties is recommended) and up into the engine compartment. From there it can be routed through an existing rubber wiring grommet into the passenger compartment. For your reference, in a separate email I have forwarded a scanned pdf file of the complete installation...
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  • What Are the Dimensions of the Hopkins License Bracket Mount Backup Sensor # HM60100VA
    The base of the Hopkins License Bracket Mount Backup Sensor, part # HM60100VA, measures 1/2-inch thick overall. The two sensors at the top corners extend 1-1/2 inches forward from the back of the unit. At its widest point (at the pivot pins that allow vertical adjustment of the two sensors) the unit measures 13-1/4 inches wide from end to end. These and other dimensions are shown on the photo provided. Note that depending on your vehicle and how deeply recessed the mounting location is...
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  • Specifics on How to Install Hopkins Backup Sensor System on 2007 Ford Edge
    Because the Hopkins Backup Sensor System you referenced, part # HM60100VA is a universal fit item, there are no vehicle specific installation instructions available. You would need to remove the interior panels and trim from the liftgate, to route the wire up to the top of the liftgate, following the wire for the license plate lamp. If there is a trim piece on the headliner at the liftgate, the wire can run under there to the D-pillar (see photo) where it's routed down to the area behind...
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