Does the 2011 Dodge Journey have backup camera?

Does the 2011 Dodge Journey have backup camera?

A rearview camera and parking sensors are available on all but the base version; integrated second-row child booster seats are optional across the board.

Does the 2010 Dodge Journey have a backup camera?

Standard safety equipment on the 2010 Dodge Journey includes dual front, side, and curtain airbags; stability and traction control; and new for 2010, active head restraints and four-wheel disc brakes with anti-lock control on all models. A rearview camera is available, as are integrated second-row child booster seats.

How long will a 2011 Dodge Journey last?

On average, the Dodge Journey can last for 150,000 to 200,000 miles, subject to regular maintenance. A couple of users even reported having 200,000+ miles on their Journeys. If you drive 15,000 miles every year, you may be able to get 10 to 15 years out of your Dodge Journey.

What is the backup camera system on a Dodge Journey?

The system includes the factory DODGE harness that connects to the vehicle screen and the oem style backup camera that integrates seamlessly. The FC-DJ300 systems package is a comprehensive high definition Rear View Camera and Factory Connect Harness for your DODGE.

How does rear view camera work in reverse?

Once the vehicle is placed into reverse the high resolution image of the backup camera will automatically appear on the factory display for safe navigation. This kit is a simple OEM integration package that maintains your factory set up while upgrading your vehicle with a Rear View Camera System.

What does it mean when your backup camera is not working?

If it’s a wifi camera, and it was working previously, it likely means that the camera or the display needs a reset. (You can check out some of our thoughts about wired vs wireless backup cameras here) It also wouldn’t hurt to check your fuses and the power cables for the camera (usually located behind the trunk panel of your car.

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Ruth Doyle