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Genesis 1 Renovation Malfunctioning Rearview Camera


Alex1978

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Hello everyone,

After installing a Kline SS Valvetronic on my vehicle, the reverse camera stopped functioning. Tomorrow, I will contact the installer to discuss potential difficulties. I suspect that the camera cable may not be properly attached or there might be a software problem with the head unit.

The Inconel remote is malfunctioning, and I am unsure of the cause. I welcome any recommendations. The sound quality is amazing, and I see no need to ever shut the valve.

Grateful to Michel at Red Mist Racing for delivering exceptional service, competence, and patience! I want to provide footage of the start-up soon.

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Thank you for the valuable information! Must the bumper be removed once more? If the procedure is straightforward, I can handle it myself rather than returning it to the installer, which is more time-consuming.

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Thank you for all the feedback, everyone. The installer examined the top middle panel, confirmed all connections, but the camera is still not functioning. The parking sensors are malfunctioning. I am perplexed. Do I need to bring this to Audi to connect it to a computer? Assistance needed.

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Oh. Sure. Have him inspect the primary rear harness connection located beneath the wheel arch. Remove the rear left wheel. The primary harness connection may be reached under the wheel arch liner. If the sensors are also malfunctioning, then this is probably the issue. This connection connects the rear bumper wire loom to the car's other components.

I speak from firsthand experience.

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Is "rear left" referring to the driver's side? It is inconvenient to get it to the store since it is around 45 minutes distant. Can I do this without removing the tyre and just by removing the cover? Can I also reach this section via the engine cover? Thank you Screwdriver_1

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Driver's side for left-hand drive vehicles or passenger side for right-hand drive vehicles.

Attempting to enter without removing the wheel may not be feasible due to limited space. The harness connection consists of a male and female connector set on a plastic slide located beneath the arch liner.

Wheel removed, arch liner screws taken out, a few heat shield screws, and it is placed in the space behind. The connections in my situation were not correctly connected, resulting in the identical difficulty you had.

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