How do I reset my backup camera?
Keeping this in consideration, how do you reset a backup camera?
If your camera has a switch on the back
- Make sure your camera is powered on.
- Find a pin or small paper clip.
- Insert the pin into the factory reset recess located above the switch on the back of the camera.
- Press and hold for 10 seconds. The top and middle LED lights will turn off, then both flash red.
- Clean off the backup camera with a clean, soft cloth.
- Power on the vehicle.
- Check your owner's manual for the fuse box location.
- Remove the fuse and insert a replacement.
Thereof, why did my backup camera stop working?
The most common problems backup cameras often have are displayed grainy or fuzzy image. This is the most common problem and it can always be fixed without many difficulties. When this happens, the most likely cause of the problem is dirty. The camera could be dirty because it is too close to the ground.
Ungaro, meanwhile, says a modestly priced camera goes for about $150. An average installation takes about two hours and costs $75 per hour. Installing a video monitor and a backup camera can cost between $500 and $1,900, he says.