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Old 11-11-2013, 06:59 PM
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OEM Front Camera Issue

Hi everyone.

New to the Raptor scene. I picked up a used 2012 Raptor and the truck is awesome but when I activate the front OEM camera, the rear camera shows up instead. Seems the front camera has somehow been disabled. Anyone know how this was done or how to fix the issue? I don't see any wiring changes under the hood for the front camera.

I've tried hitting the defrost buttons, radio power, climate control power etc. twice in one second and held down the phone button on steering wheel to see if a lockpick was installed and nothing.

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maybe im wrong but i dont think the 2012's had front camera.
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maybe im wrong but i dont think the 2012's had front camera.
Oh ya they did. I'm sure it was possible to get one without but they came with them and I have one. It's all factory wiring so I know that hasn't changed so I'm thinking maybe it was changed in the computer.
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Yes 2012 has front camera option. If it has this it will be mounted in the grill. As far as using, you need to be in 4 low moving forward and under 15 mph as I recall.
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Yeah the issue is when I'm in 4 low or have the diff lock on and in offroad mode, the rear camera activates when it should activate the front one.
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