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Rear backup camera

Put the gear in reverse , sreen goes fuzzy, back up sensors work , it is the camera

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  • popat_1visha Jan 25, 2009

    I cleaned the lense, it may be the wires/cables, any solutions how to excess the wires

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    more solutions please. thanks.

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Try cleaning withe glass cleaner and it could be the cable

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

  • Marc Podeszek Jan 25, 2009

    is the camera in the bumper or liftgate

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    Bob Saint John May 25, 2014

    bumper

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