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    Default Radio Removal Tricks?

    My backup camera has not been working for a while so I would like to remove the radio to troubleshoot connections. Any tips/tricks for radio removal? Thanks!
    --Calvin

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    check your backup switch first

    Start car and put it in reverse see if you have backup lights

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    Quote Originally Posted by gafernandez View Post
    check your backup switch first

    Start car and put it in reverse see if you have backup lights
    Will do and I will report back.
    --Calvin

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    My backup camera didn't work, so I wiggled the wiring from it along the rear clam and also played around with the connector, which fixed it.

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    It was definitely the reverse switch, as willy suggested - for the first step. Unfortunately, if I short the wires together the radio goes to the reverse camera view, but no picture comes up. I think my next problem to fix is that it appears that I don't have power going to the camera.
    --Calvin

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    where is the reverse switch located? I have the same problem, though some buffoon has cut the wires. But i have to start with switch first, as i have no backup lights either (i do have taillights).

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    on the top of the transmission next to the shifter linkage

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