Backup Camera o Bad Wiring

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MarioMatos
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Vehicle: Ford Explorer XLT 2011

Backup Camera o Bad Wiring

Post by MarioMatos » Mon Mar 19, 2018 12:40 am

I Have Ford Explorer 2011 XLT
With My Ford Touch 3.10 (This Version No Have Option To Guideline)
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My Ford Touch 3.08
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Camera Working Without Guideline But Something Stop Working (BlackScreen) Only Need Put In N o P To Reverse And Working Again
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Only Have One Code In BdyCM Module
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Calibration Camera
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Camera Work Again With Guideline And Zoom
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After Few Mins Blackscreen And Dealer Message And Guideline Not Show (Put In N o P And Camera Show Again)
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My Question Is.. I Have Bad Camera Or Something Else?

MarioMatos
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Joined: Fri Mar 02, 2018 11:23 am
Vehicle: Ford Explorer XLT 2011

Re: Backup Camera o Bad Wiring

Post by MarioMatos » Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:39 pm

Bump

TheLukeMartinez
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Vehicle: MKS, V6 3.7L, 2013 and Explorer, V6 3.5L, 2011
Location: Greenville, TX

Re: Backup Camera o Bad Wiring

Post by TheLukeMartinez » Thu Mar 22, 2018 11:14 pm

Run selftest while concern is present. 9.5/10 with this concern is a bad camera. If you get a C1001:11, replace camera and retest for proper operation.

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