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Hi Everyone,

This question comes from Europe and sorry if it's been asked before, but I couldn't find an answer when searching threads!


I last year I bought a low mileage 2014 CR-V EX-L Touring i.e. fully spec'd with navigation, heated everything, auto-dimming everything.
As I'm reading up before I take it for it's first service (under my care) I see that CR-V have multi-position rear view camera.
Well mine doesn't...

Do all models of 2014 CR-V have the multi-view rear camera?
If so, how do I activate it / change view - there is nothing indicated in the main display.

Thanks in advance!
Chris
 

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Hi Everyone,

This question comes from Europe and sorry if it's been asked before, but I couldn't find an answer when searching threads!


I last year I bought a low mileage 2014 CR-V EX-L Touring i.e. fully spec'd with navigation, heated everything, auto-dimming everything.
As I'm reading up before I take it for it's first service (under my care) I see that CR-V have multi-position rear view camera.
Well mine doesn't...

Do all models of 2014 CR-V have the multi-view rear camera?
If so, how do I activate it / change view - there is nothing indicated in the main display.

Thanks in advance!
Chris
Hello,

"Presuming" they use the same system in Europe as in the US, typically an open on either the BIT1 or BIT0 wires will cause this concern.

Cheers!

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I just went through this with my 2013 CRV. Silly me, I had to read the book to find out that you MUST be in reverse to change the view.
 
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