Honda CR-V: Rearview Camera and Monitor

Honda CR-V (2006–2011) Owner's Manual / Features / Rearview Camera and Monitor

On EX-L model with navigation system

Whenever you shift to reverse (R)

Whenever you shift to reverse (R) with the ignition switch in the ON (II) position, the rearview is shown on the navigation system screen.

For the best picture, always keep the rearview camera clean, and do not cover the camera lens. To avoid scratching the lens when you clean it, use a moist, soft cloth.

When in reverse, the touch screen and navigation system ‘‘hard’’ buttons are locked out, except the ‘‘ZOOM’’ button. Touching the ‘‘ or ‘‘  ’’ button allows you to ’’ or ‘‘ adjust ’’ button allows you to adjust the brightness of the rearview camera image.

The camera brightness cannot be

The camera brightness cannot be adjusted by voice control.

Since the rearview camera display area is limited, you should always back up slowly and carefully, and look behind you for obstacles.

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