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It should activate when the reversing light comes on, so I imagine it’s a setting on the HU which means it isn’t automatically selecting it. It can’t be the power supply because it works when you manually select it and the camera should only be powered up when in reverse (well, is on line anyway).

Hope this helps.

 

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20 minutes ago, Ledlights said:

It should activate when the reversing light comes on, so I imagine it’s a setting on the HU which means it isn’t automatically selecting it. It can’t be the power supply because it works when you manually select it and the camera should only be powered up when in reverse (well, is on line anyway).

Hope this helps.

 

The manual setting is an overide switch.

 

The automatic switch is, well, automatic when the gearbox switch is activated, but that switch has to be connected to the head unit. It can fall out easily if anyone has removed the hu previously.

 

Also the ignition has to be on.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Bruss said:

The manual setting is an overide switch.

 

The automatic switch is, well, automatic when the gearbox switch is activated, but that switch has to be connected to the head unit. It can fall out easily if anyone has removed the hu previously.

 

Also the ignition has to be on.

 

 

No idea. Ive just bought it. I had an NA Evora previously and it worked fine

 

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If you have a look at page 41 in  the manual (linked below), you can go through the settings to make sure they are correct on your car:

https://130.com.ua/manuals/en/Manual-DVD-USB-receiver-Alpine-IVA-W520R.pdf

If it still doesn’t work, it’s probably as Bruss said above, a faulty connection with the trigger wire.

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