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  1. My wife has a 2017 Ford Escape titanium 2nd. 3 years ago she was in an accident. Damage to passenger front fender area (not sure if this changes anything but feel it should be noted). A month ago, she randomly had 2 errors come up (Cross traffic and blind spot right sensor fault). I linked photos. I brought it into a local shop I trust. They think it’s a sensor in the passenger rear that has failed. Over $1000 to replace. I then brought it into the local dealership and they think the passenger mirror was hit (small crack in it) recently. They think if mirror is replaced, it will turn off both sensors. I don’t want to go on a wild chase since both opinions are expensive. Does anyone have any info. / suggestions / thoughts? Thank you!