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Old 04-05-2019, 05:11 PM   #13
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Well, I have a much easier time reversing than I did when the camera worked, but the transmission didn't. Still, it's a feature that the car should have, that I just paid for, and while I can certainly look around, having it not work puts me in a bad mood every time I get into the car, plus it's still safer having the camera working than not.

In true intermittent problem fashion though, when I pulled everything apart to check stuff, it worked. Then when I put everything back together, it didn't. I guess I'll just leave the trim panels off.

Of course this raises the possibility that the problem is somehow in the trim panels. Maybe a clip pinches something somewhere in a way that it shouldn't, or presses on a wire harness. I guess I'll have to look through everything. What a royal pain in the patootie.

So more troubleshooting. Next is to take the dashboard apart, and check all the connections to the APIM.
2012 Focus Titanium Hatchback
121,000 km, all stock

1990 Toyota Supra turbo
I think the cams are still stock...
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