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Old 12-03-2015, 03:50 PM
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Programing 430N to activate backup camera

I tried calling my dealership this afternoon after I completed my camera install. I didn't get a warm fuzzy feeling from the so-called service adviser that I talked to. He said he was unaware of there being a need to activate a camera.

Is there something specific that I can tell these jet scientists when I bring it in on Saturday morning? I'm hoping if I can tell them what needs to be done they'll be able to actually do it.

I'd hate to discover that the only reason that I can't use a camera that I installed is due to the incompetence of the service department at my dealership....

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They have to program the back up camera code using the Starscan tool. I did this when I still had my 730....and I had to go to 3 different dealers before I found one will to activate it. They seem to want to play stupid most of the time...they either don't want to do it I think, or don't want to activate a non-Mopar device they didn't install. Someone posted the entire set of instructions here at one point...look for some of the larger back up camera install treads to find them

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PARK VIEW REAR BACK-UP CAMERA VEHICLE CONFIGURATION


Vehicle VIN must be updated with the sales code of the added accessory in order to enable system functionality. Using the DealerCONNECT website and the StarSCAN diagnostic tool, complete the procedure below:

1. Log on to https://dealerconnect.chrysler.com

2. In the “Vehicle Option” screen under the “Global Claims System” category in the “Service” tab, enter the vehicle VIN and add the sales code XAC (Park View Rear Back-Up Camera) as a “Dealer Installed Option”.

3. Confirm that the new sales code has been successfully added to the VIN. With the StarSCAN diagnostic tool connected to both the internet (via Ethernet port or wireless connection) and the vehicle, follow the steps below:

4. Using the StarScan select the VEHICLE PREPARATION and then select RESTORE VEHICLE CONFIGURATION.

5. Follow the step by step instructions on the StarSCAN to complete the Park View Rear Back-Up Camera vehicle configuration.

6. When the Park View Rear Back-Up Camera Vehicle Configuration is complete, go to the Validation Process to verify that the vehicle has been updated.


VALIDATION PROCESS


From the “Initial Start Up” screen on the StarSCAN follow the steps below:

1. Using the StarSCAN follow the menu to ECU VIEW, select TIPMCGW CENTRAL GATEWAY, MORE OPTIONS, ECU DETAILS and then CONFIG INFO

2. Verify REAR CAMERA PRESET- - - -SET is present.
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Don't let them try to charge you for it since you did just buy a brand new jeep from them. That's what I told my dealer.
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PARK VIEW REAR BACK-UP CAMERA VEHICLE CONFIGURATION


Vehicle VIN must be updated with the sales code of the added accessory in order to enable system functionality. Using the DealerCONNECT website and the StarSCAN diagnostic tool, complete the procedure below:

1. Log on to https://dealerconnect.chrysler.com

2. In the “Vehicle Option” screen under the “Global Claims System” category in the “Service” tab, enter the vehicle VIN and add the sales code XAC (Park View Rear Back-Up Camera) as a “Dealer Installed Option”.

3. Confirm that the new sales code has been successfully added to the VIN. With the StarSCAN diagnostic tool connected to both the internet (via Ethernet port or wireless connection) and the vehicle, follow the steps below:

4. Using the StarScan select the VEHICLE PREPARATION and then select RESTORE VEHICLE CONFIGURATION.

5. Follow the step by step instructions on the StarSCAN to complete the Park View Rear Back-Up Camera vehicle configuration.

6. When the Park View Rear Back-Up Camera Vehicle Configuration is complete, go to the Validation Process to verify that the vehicle has been updated.


VALIDATION PROCESS


From the “Initial Start Up” screen on the StarSCAN follow the steps below:

1. Using the StarSCAN follow the menu to ECU VIEW, select TIPMCGW CENTRAL GATEWAY, MORE OPTIONS, ECU DETAILS and then CONFIG INFO

2. Verify REAR CAMERA PRESET- - - -SET is present.
that's it! I think it was WaltA that posted the original ones I brought with me when I had my 730 activated..
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PARK VIEW REAR BACK-UP CAMERA VEHICLE CONFIGURATION


Vehicle VIN must be updated with the sales code of the added accessory in order to enable system functionality. Using the DealerCONNECT website and the StarSCAN diagnostic tool, complete the procedure below:

1. Log on to https://dealerconnect.chrysler.com

2. In the “Vehicle Option” screen under the “Global Claims System” category in the “Service” tab, enter the vehicle VIN and add the sales code XAC (Park View Rear Back-Up Camera) as a “Dealer Installed Option”.

3. Confirm that the new sales code has been successfully added to the VIN. With the StarSCAN diagnostic tool connected to both the internet (via Ethernet port or wireless connection) and the vehicle, follow the steps below:

4. Using the StarScan select the VEHICLE PREPARATION and then select RESTORE VEHICLE CONFIGURATION.

5. Follow the step by step instructions on the StarSCAN to complete the Park View Rear Back-Up Camera vehicle configuration.

6. When the Park View Rear Back-Up Camera Vehicle Configuration is complete, go to the Validation Process to verify that the vehicle has been updated.


VALIDATION PROCESS


From the “Initial Start Up” screen on the StarSCAN follow the steps below:

1. Using the StarSCAN follow the menu to ECU VIEW, select TIPMCGW CENTRAL GATEWAY, MORE OPTIONS, ECU DETAILS and then CONFIG INFO

2. Verify REAR CAMERA PRESET- - - -SET is present.

Thank you!

Hopefully it's idiot proof, or at least as much as it's possible to be when dealing with a service department.

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Thank you!

Hopefully it's idiot proof, or at least as much as it's possible to be when dealing with a service department.

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Some Advice...I had these with me, but didn't break them out until the dealer had me sitting in the lobby for literally 8 hours. They told me about a dozen or so lies about not know how to do it with an aftermarket camera. When I called BS and broke out the instructions WaltA posted they admitted to it and not wanted to program a non- Mopar Camera. Given them to the dealer as soon as you get there, especially if they play dumb. I was will to pay for the work...I just wanted my damn camera on.
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Given them to the dealer as soon as you get there, especially if they play dumb. I was will to pay for the work...I just wanted my damn camera on.

My plan is to give them the paper with the instructions that I printed out. I'm simply going to tell them that I want this to do what is on the paper so that my camera works.

The dealer that I purchased the Jeep from can't get me in until Saturday, but I'm going to try to the other dealer in town. Past experience has shown me that the sales department at the other dealer is sub par, but the service department is actually slightly better.

We will just have to wait and see how it goes.

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So these instructions are all I need to give to the dealer in order for an aftermarket camera to be set-up by dealer? No need for a lock-pick to be ordered?
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So these instructions are all I need to give to the dealer in order for an aftermarket camera to be set-up by dealer? No need for a lock-pick to be ordered?
True. This will enable the rear camera feature on your LCD headunit/radio.

Though, a lock-pick can do it too, plus some other stuff. IMHO, its a balance of the costs vs. your needs.
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When I called BS and broke out the instructions WaltA posted they admitted to it and not wanted to program a non- Mopar Camera.
Just to add, you don't even need a camera installed for the dealer to do this "flash". I hadn't myself, and was waiting for this to be done first before even buying a camera.

With no camera, and the "flash", the radio will display a black screen with the CYA warning message briefly displayed along the top, when you shift into reverse.

If you don't want that black screen, there will be a new setup option in which you can disable the rear camera display. This is what did, until I finally got the camera installed, then when back into setup and re-enable it.
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True. This will enable the rear camera feature on your LCD headunit/radio.

Though, a lock-pick can do it too, plus some other stuff. IMHO, its a balance of the costs vs. your needs.
I don't need a lock-pick other than to set the reverse camera on my 430 without navi. I figure if I can save a couple hundred by giving the instructions to a dealer hoping they do it for free or a fraction of that I am ahead of the game. Will it work with any aftermarket camera you think?
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Will it work with any aftermarket camera you think?
I am hesitant to agree with "any". I have read a few posting by people saying that some real cheap camera they picked up, did not work. Though, that might be a quality issue with that one specific camera, rather than a model compatibility issue.

I got a high-end camera, with many features like image "un-distortion" adjust, multiple views, fully adjustable guide lines, etc.
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Guys, before you go to the dealer to have the computer flashed, find out how much they will charge you. I called 3 dealers and got quotes ranging from $39.95 to $139, all for the exact same thing.
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Guys, before you go to the dealer to have the computer flashed, find out how much they will charge you. I called 3 dealers and got quotes ranging from $39.95 to $139, all for the exact same thing.
Do CHeck around...I did pay $125! I had 2 flat out tell me NO so I was just happy to find a dealer that would do it.
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I am hesitant to agree with "any". I have read a few posting by people saying that some real cheap camera they picked up, did not work. Though, that might be a quality issue with that one specific camera, rather than a model compatibility issue.

I got a high-end camera, with many features like image "un-distortion" adjust, multiple views, fully adjustable guide lines, etc.

I agree with WaltA...that said, I did buy a cheap Camera...

This is the Camera:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ilpage_o02_s00

but you'll also need the wiring adapter to connect it to the factory radio:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ilpage_o02_s00

Despite what the ad says it worked on my 2014 with my 730. The Camera works, but the night vision is very grainy. I went cheap in case I damaged it offroad.
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Do CHeck around...I did pay $125! I had 2 flat out tell me NO so I was just happy to find a dealer that would do it.
Just got mine done this afternoon. They tried charging me $68 (quote initially was $100). After a discussion with the service manager and sales manager, they ended up taking care of the cost. It's not like I just made a sizable purchase with them or anything....

Sure is nice to have the ability to see behind me now...
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If you're planning on buying a Jk soon and think you want to do this, have the sales dept. put it on the we owe / get ready paperwork. Many dealerships can include a certain amount of service work on the sales order without too much hassle. In my case, I ground them down to my best price and then told them I wanted camera activation and tire size re-calibration thrown in (I was upgrading my Sport to Rubi wheels/tires). The sales dude didn't even have to "ask the manager", and the service dept. knew exactly what to do when I brought it back a month after purchase.
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I am looking to add a camera that rides in the spare tire, similar to an AEV mount. Any suggestions on a cheaper version that can be flashed?
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I believe most any old back up camera can work- it's the Jeep that's get flashed to allow the camera signal to be displayed on the stereo. All you need is a camera and a harness to connect it to the stereo. Raxiom sells a spare tire mount, but it seems pricey for what it is; perhaps you can fab something similar? There's a couple threads around here showing brackets people have made themselves that can help you with some ideas.
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If you're planning on buying a Jk soon and think you want to do this, have the sales dept. put it on the we owe / get ready paperwork. Many dealerships can include a certain amount of service work on the sales order without too much hassle. In my case, I ground them down to my best price and then told them I wanted camera activation and tire size re-calibration thrown in (I was upgrading my Sport to Rubi wheels/tires). The sales dude didn't even have to "ask the manager", and the service dept. knew exactly what to do when I brought it back a month after purchase.
X2.

Wish I would have known this before ordering. Much easier to get it done before signing the paperwork than fighting for it afterwards.
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a word of caution about this procedure - this procedure not only adds the backup camera, it also reverts all optional features, like tire size, gear ratio and god knows what else to the purchased configuration according to your VIN + sales codes.

if you changed the tire size or gear ratio, make sure to have your flashcal or procal ready to use right after the procedure

I had the radio programmed for camera procedure done yesterday, drove off the dealer lot and had a vague feeling that jeep was behaving differently. took it to highway today and noticed that my RPMs were 500 higher than usual and shifting points were all wrong. no limp mode or check engine light - but felt constantly in too low of a gear and speedometer was 7 mph off from my cell phone GPS

checked with my flashcal and sure thing, I was back to 31" tires and 3.73 gear ratio.. had to adjust it back to what I actually have
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Lockpick (or NavTV or NavTool) for the win!

Forget the dealer, do it yourself while adding far more options (unless the dealer is doing it for dirt cheap).
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I paid $60. not bad. not interested in GPS controls or playing video
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I paid $60. not bad. not interested in GPS controls or playing video
$60 isn't too bad.

But it ins't just GPS control and video in motion.

Here are the instructions for the latest version of Lockpick (non Air).

https://www.coastaletech.com/media/M...STRUCTIONS.pdf

Just from looking at the first page you can see diagram of options. It has now been updated to run 4 cameras. (My V5 version can only run 3 cameras...I'm currently running 2 cameras).

Plus it offers leads for a constant 12V and an accessory 12V. I used the accessory 12V lead to easily power up my the Homelink module I installed. I'll eventually swap my headrests out (for some with monitors), and I can use Lockpick to send video from the DVD player to the headrests while I listen to different music up front.

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all that is hardly needed on the trail I am actually only interested in the backup camera just for convenience on the narrow trail when I need to back out
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What worked for me was to have it done during scheduled maintenance. Then the flash was free.
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I tried calling my dealership this afternoon after I completed my camera install. I didn't get a warm fuzzy feeling from the so-called service adviser that I talked to. He said he was unaware of there being a need to activate a camera.

Is there something specific that I can tell these jet scientists when I bring it in on Saturday morning? I'm hoping if I can tell them what needs to be done they'll be able to actually do it.

I'd hate to discover that the only reason that I can't use a camera that I installed is due to the incompetence of the service department at my dealership....

thanks

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We just took the 2016 Black Bear in to have the camera unlcoked. The did want the camera installed. I did a TEMP install while we are waiting on parts. Now to figure out where we will put the camera. Under the tire in the bumper or install a bracket behind the tire carrier. Still undecided. On the Altitude we fabed mounts on the over the tire cargo carrier.

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Dealer wanted $150 plus tax to activate camera, I got NavTool camera interface for $200 and I was able to add front camera which is not possible with dealer programing. There is also a bonus you can use navigation while driving
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