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How do i flip rear camera view?

How do i flip the rear camera view?

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  • spikety28 Feb 16, 2009

    I checked the AV settings and all of the boxes are checked, but there is still no "Rear-Camera" option in the Vselect menu. There is power to the camera unit, but simply no feed to the head unit

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In the AV set up screen, or one of the menu's. there is an option for "mirror" vision on rear camera settings. Make sure that is checked

Posted on Aug 08, 2008

  • mwood2626 Aug 08, 2008

    In AV or user set up uptions, look for camera set up, click "mirror" this should fix your problem

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