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U need to check all fuses and flip around the relays... Check first/relay #1 then #32 if noting go on to #117 and #401...ur problem is in one of those fuses/relays...and they are located in the passenger side kick panel...theres a black cover over them and it has the fuses/relay numbers so it ain't hard to fine them...
Reverse switch malfunction (gearbox,gearbox lever),screen fuse/relay.track the problem:the reverse lights come on?the system gets power?the switch trigger angage?Rare:the camera sensor fried/bad wiring to the camera.Cheers.
make sure your backup lights are coming on. if the backup lights are working when in reverse then most likely you have a bad camera or loose connection. also may want to check for power to the camera ( fuses/circut).
have you gone through any deepwater lately, if so than you may have a short in the fuse box under the hood, remove the cover and than remove the fuses after you inspect than blow out entire fuse box with compressed air until satisfied, than re istall the fuses ( also check horn fuse to make sure its good) and start it up.......hope I could help