2015 Volkswagen Jetta - Rear View Camera system (6 pages)

Posted on 10 Feb, 2015 by Octavia
Model: 2015 Volkswagen Jetta
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In this section you'll find information about, depending on equipment, the vehicle may be equipped with a Rear View Camera system, a camera in the luggage compartment lid assists the driver while backing up maneuvering, camera image is shown together with the orientation lines projected by the system screen.

The factory-installed radio navigation system, the Rear View Camera system may take a few seconds to bring up camera image, ⇒ Booklet Radio ⇒ Booklet Navigation system, the Rear View Camera system is not able to give you a clear and undistorted view all areas.

The Rear View Camera system has blind spots in which it cannot detect people objects, always be careful and look around you when parking, posts, chain-link fences and similar fences, and other objects, or it may not show them clearly, the camera lens enlarges and distorts the field of vision and causes objects screen.

Always keep the camera lens clean and free of snow and ice; do not cover lens, the Rear View Camera system technology cannot overcome the laws physics, result in accidents severe injuries, always adjust your speed and driving style to road, traffic, weather, visibility conditions.

Always keep an eye on the parking direction and the vehicle surroundings, the vehicle swings out more than the rear vehicle, never pay so much attention to the graphics shown on the screen that you fail notice, what is going around you.

Always watch for people, especially small children, animals, objects, because, rear View Camera system may not always be able detect them, use the Rear View Camera system only when the luggage compartment lid completely, the Rear View Camera system shows only two-dimensional images on screen.

The lack of depth of field, it may be difficult or impossible to identify protruding objects, things like thin rods, fences, posts, and trees may not be detected by the Rear View Camera system and could damage vehicle,  Please first read and note the introductory information heed WARNINGS, requirements for parking and maneuvering with the Rear View Camera system.

 The luggage compartment lid must be closed,  A reliable and clear image must be displayed and the camera lens must be clean ⇒ fig,  There must be a clear and complete view of the area behind vehicle,  The driver must be familiar with system.

The camera has changed, have the system checked by an authorized Volkswagen dealer or an authorized Volkswagen Service Facility, volkswagen recommends practicing parking and maneuvering with the Rear View Camera system, safe place with little or no traffic or in a parking lot under good visibility weather conditions, familiarize yourself with the system, the orientation lines, and way they work.

Depending on equipment, various settings, including brightness, contrast, and color, can be adjusted, by tapping the function keys - or + , or by moving corresponding slider, to change the settings follow these instructions, park the vehicle in a safe place on firm, level surface.

Apply the parking brake to help prevent the vehicle from moving ⇒  Parking brake, switch on the radio or the navigation system (if not already on) ⇒ Booklet Radio, adjust the desired settings menu, objects or another vehicle may seem closer or farther away on the screen than they really are.

Examples of optical distortion by camera, – When driving from a level surface onto an upward downward slope, – When driving up or down a slope onto level surface, keep the camera lens clean and free snow ice.

Remove ice with deicer spray ⇒ , never use abrasive cleaning agents to clean camera lens, never remove snow or ice on the camera lens with warm or hot water, function buttons on the screen (depending on vehicle equipment) ⇒ fig.

Display or hide menu bar, turn off the Rear View Camera system screen, if the screen does not have buttons (1), (2), and (3) shown in ⇒ fig.

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