The wife pulled too far into traffic, and a passing car clipped the front end, ripping off the lower grille and license plate holder. I took it to my regular bumper repair guy (I hate that I have a guy for this), and he did a great job of cosmetically fixing the front end (mostly a few scratches on the front end) and installed a new grille. Immediately afterwards, we have had a persistent service indicator with the following two messages: 1. Icy conditions possible, drive with caution, and 2. Pedestrian Friendly Alert Function. The temps are in the 60s, so I know the message is erroneous. Moreover, the car is still emitting the pedestrian noise as usual. The warning messages were not present immediately after the collission or in the few days we drove it before tthe repairs were done. I'm thinking there must be two connections somewhere on the front end which are now disconnected? If anyone can shed some light on this, it would be greatly appreciated. I intend to have the bumper guy take another look in a couple days, and it would be great to have some idea of what to look for.