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Hi there, I would agree with what's been said, except that if it was an insurance job, you should primarily involve your insurers in the complaints process (as your contract is directly with them), they will in turn also place pressure for resolution with the repairers.
Its probably a sensor thats not wired correctly which is giving an audible fault code.
Still, you'd think that someone would check the complete repair before handover to you. Make sure that all trim (and the bumper itself) is firmly and correctly attached before it goes back to them.
And when it comes back - go over it with a fine tooth comb!
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