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White screen after reverse engaged.

Installed a backup camera which works fine, but causes a fade to white screen when switching to park or reverse. All functions work normally on startup and until reverse is engaged and released. Screen returns to previous function then quickly fades to white. Disconnecting or grounding the release input doesn't help once the screen fades.

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SOURCE: screen only work with reverse camera! booo!

It sound like you need to ground your parking brake wire.

Posted on Mar 23, 2008

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No I am not hooking up an amp or anythin like that just the radio its self... An all it will do it light up blue( the whole thing like it sud) but then the screen that is supose to show the radio stations won't show anythin but blue an when I open up the screen it disengage show anythin at all then the whole thing cuts off after a few sec

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