Q: How do I use the ParkView rear back up camera?

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How do I use the ParkView rear back up camera?

The ParkView rear back up camera gives you extra vision when backing up. The camera is located on the rear of the vehicle, to the left of the trailer hitch. When you put your car in REVERSE, the ParkView system will automatically turn on, and video from behind your vehicle will be displayed on your multimedia display screen. The system will automatically turn off when your car is no longer in REVERSE.

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