Subaru Backup Camera Problems Leave Drivers Blindsided In San Diego
Many Subaru owners are surprised to find out that their cameras may stop working at any time. This is happening because the camera’s wiring is exposed, which means that it can be damaged by water or other liquids, or even by a bird.
These small problems can cause camera failure and leave drivers blindsided behind the wheel of their car. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the risks associated with these Subaru backup camera problems and what you can do about them!
This isn’t an isolated problem either- there are many stories online from people who have had to deal with these same issues in their own cars. Although it may seem like a faulty camera wire, it is not! This defect makes your car into a lemon.
Subaru Forester owners are reporting a blank screen or fuzziness, not letting them see what’s behind them on the screen. This comes on the heels of a huge recall on the part of Subaru related to rear view cameras that are malfunctioning on its 2019 models.
This camera malfunction is not just affecting Subaru models but nearly all car brands. This means that if you’re a Chevy owner, Honda driver, or even an Audi buyer- this issue can happen to you too!
Camera System Failure
In many cases, the camera system in vehicles will cause problems with other features on your dashboard, such as the radio controls and GPS systems. Other times it’s possible for a camera failure to wipe out parts of your backup camera screen entirely, leading to drivers having no way of seeing what’s behind them when they are reversing their vehicle. To make matters worse, these cameras are usually connected by wires which could be damaged due to any number of reasons.
If you are experiencing problems with your rearview backup camera on your Subaru, then it is advised to take it to an authorized Subaru dealer right away for service.
Under State Lemon Laws and/or Federal Warranty Statutes, you might be entitled to significant compensation if you’ve had your vehicle in for repeated visits or have lost the use of your vehicle for an extended period of time.
This camera is essential to your safety, and it should be working correctly. If you’ve experienced camera problems on your Subaru, contact us today at (888)825-5934 or visit our website for more information about how we can help you.
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