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It's probably a sensor failing. They typically report that you are close to an object when you are not. You can test them manually by turning on the sensors (make sure that there's nothing that might trigger them) and then either touch or listen to them. You can hear them clicking.
Best way, though is to connect to a diagnostic machine. The fronts are quite easy to replace, but I suspect the actual units are a bit over priced. To the best of my knowledge no other brand replacement has been found as yet.
The Alfisti formerly known as Catman:
4.2 GT Automatic, 147 TS, Sprint 1.7