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I have just purchased a pre-loved 2012 CT v6 4wd, she is Black on Black leather and from the looks of her has been well cared for. She has 167k yet drives and feels like a champ with plenty of torque and yet continues to have a quiet ride. No smoke, no leaks, no overheating. I just happen to have noticed that when the back up camera comes on (as I am in reverse) the display is rather dim. When the Nav is on or if I display any of the other menus the display seems to have a fair good amount of contrast and brightness, yet when the camera comes on it is very dim. On a dim scale from 1 - 5 and 1 being completely dark I would say this is a 2+. Does anyone know if there is a setting that I can adjust just for the camera or if its a problem with the camera?
many thanks in advance
 

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I have just purchased a pre-loved 2012 CT v6 4wd, she is Black on Black leather and from the looks of her has been well cared for. She has 167k yet drives and feels like a champ with plenty of torque and yet continues to have a quiet ride. No smoke, no leaks, no overheating. I just happen to have noticed that when the back up camera comes on (as I am in reverse) the display is rather dim. When the Nav is on or if I display any of the other menus the display seems to have a fair good amount of contrast and brightness, yet when the camera comes on it is very dim. On a dim scale from 1 - 5 and 1 being completely dark I would say this is a 2+. Does anyone know if there is a setting that I can adjust just for the camera or if its a problem with the camera?
many thanks in advance
My back up camera has something blocking the corner the picture shows an object. I think with age they become defective
 
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