Discussion in 'Audio & Electronics' started by Legitly_Lazy, May 22, 2019.
Well, you gave it a shot and are wiser for the wear!
Hey Guys and Gals, not sure if this would be the right thread to ask this, but Chris since you and I have the same truck I thought maybe you could advise? I am curious if anyone has had any issues with the clarity of the back up camera? I was out of town for about a week and noticed when I came back that my screen resolution when the back up camera comes on is horrible, it looks fuzzy like a 70's color TV with bunny ears that can't get reception. Wondering if anyone else has had this issue, and if so what was the fix? Wondering if I just need to go to the dealer and if that is the case, do tell them to replace the command system???
Thanks in advance.
I would lean towards a poor connection on the harness somewhere, I have read about it before, you might try searching the forum even though the search function is crap.
How does your lens on the camera look? Cloudy? I had moisture get into mine once and it looked cloudy.
So interesting experiment yesterday, during the day I was backing up and the screen was pretty clear, but when I switched on the headlights, that is when the screen gets fuzzy. I wonder if it is due to the power draw on the LED headlights??? I switched them on and off and that pretty much was when the screen appeared to show the fuzz. I will do a video later and post it, curious if anyone else has noticed this issue?
Kind of hard now to assume it is a factory problem.
how do you have the led's connected? are you using relays or just straight to the harness?
Straight plug n play. JDM Star H11/H8 LED with chip/fan.
Really strange that it just started doing this, had them in there for over a year and half.
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