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Old 07-06-2015, 01:06 PM   #15
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Yes, you can move the camera. It is held on with adhesive tape. Just carefully pull it off. Remove all the adhesive, clean with alcohol both the camera bracket and vehicle surface, and use 3M adhesive tape (available at most auto stores) to replace the camera where you want it. Test it first before permanently mounting it to the vehicle.
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Camera no signal

Had a no signal on the passenger side turn signial first now we have no camera working at all. So does someone thinks a fuse ( and what one ) or the loose wiring thanks for any info
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Old 09-05-2017, 04:09 PM   #17
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The camera is held on by strong double sided tape. I moved my camera to a spot next to and just to the right of the rear brake light. I have a view which is a little closer to the rear bumper and the camera is no longer blinded by the high brake light. I used Scotch Extreme mounting tape to re-attach the camera.

My biggest current complaint with the camera/video system is that it takes a long time for mine to adjust to lighting conditions; from whiteout to a usable image
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I see that my photo loaded inverted, but you get the idea.
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Old 09-05-2017, 04:46 PM   #19
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Back Up Camera Replacement

I replaced my OEM Camera on my 2015 AI , junk..., Purchased a new one, higher quality from www.rearviewsafety.com . great camera. Had it installed by BestBuy radio geeks. They rewired the entire camera ,home run from camera to monitor for. $175.00.. He took 4 hrs to fish wires, did a neat clean job. The camera was $349.99. Well worth the price and eliminated all the aggravation with original camera...
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