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How do you adjust the screen on the rearview monitor?
Like your car’s touchscreen display, the display for the rearview monitor can also be adjusted. This lets you get the right brightness and contrast, ensuring that you have a good view of what’s behind you. Here’s how to do it without a touchscreen:
On the audio system, press enter until you find the brightness setting for the display.
Use the tuner knob to scroll up or down the brightness scale to reach the level that you want.
If you have a touchscreen system, here’s how it works:
Go to settings, then to display adjustment.
Choose brightness, contrast or background color.
Adjust the setting using the touchscreen to fit your needs.
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