SURROUND VIEW CAMERA SYSTEM — IF EQUIPPED
The Surround View Camera system allows you to see an on-screen image of the surroundings and the Top View of your vehicle. This occurs whenever the gear selector is in REVERSE or
when enabled through the Uconnect system. The Top View of the vehicle will also show if any doors are open. The image will be displayed on the touchscreen along with a caution note “Check Entire Surroundings”. After five seconds, this note will disappear. The Surround View Camera system is comprised of four cameras located in the front grille, rear tailgate and side mirrors.
The Surround View Camera system has programmable settings that may be selected through the Uconnect system page 237.
Press this button on the touchscreen to enter the Surround View Camera menu in the Uconnect system.
When the vehicle is shifted into REVERSE, the Rear View and Top View is the default view of the system.
If the camera delay is turned on, the camera image will display for up to 10 seconds after shifting out of REVERSE. The camera image will not display for 10 seconds if the vehicle speed exceeds 8 mph (13 km/h), the vehicle is shifted into PARK, or the ignition is placed in the OFF position. The “X” button on the touchscreen disables the display of the camera image.
If the camera delay is turned off, the camera image will close and display the previous screen after shifting out of REVERSE.
If active guidelines are enabled, the lines are overlaid on the image in the Rear View to illustrate the width of the vehicle. The view will also include the side view mirrors and its projected back up path based on the steering wheel position.
There are different colored zones to indicate the distance to the rear of the vehicle. Refer to the chart below:
Distance To The Rear Of The Vehicle
0 - 1 ft (0 - 30 cm)
1 ft - 6.5 ft
(30 cm - 2 m)
6.5 ft or greater (2 m or greater)
Standard Rear View can be manually activated by selecting “Back Up Camera” through the Controls menu within the Uconnect system.
The Top View will show in the Uconnect system with Rear View and Front View in a split screen display. There are integrated ParkSense arcs in the image at the front and rear of the vehicle. The arcs will change color from yellow to red corresponding the distance zones to the oncoming object.
This is the default view of the system in REVERSE and is always paired with the Top View of the vehicle with optional active guidelines for the
projected path when enabled. 4
Pressing the Rear Cross Path soft key will give the driver a wider angle view of the rear camera system. The Top View will be disabled when this is selected.
The Front View will show you what is immediately in front of the vehicle and is always paired with the Top View of the vehicle.
Pressing the Front Cross Path soft key will give the driver a wider angle view of the front camera system. The Top View will be disabled when this is selected.
Pressing the Back Up Camera soft key will provide a full screen rear view with Zoom View.
If the Rear View Camera view was selected through the Surround View Camera menu, exiting out of the Rear View screen will return to the Surround View menu. If the Back Up Camera was manually activated through the Controls menu of the Uconnect system, exiting out of the display screen will return to the Controls menu.
When the Rear View Camera image is being displayed, and the vehicle speed is below
8 mph (13 km/h) while in any gear, Zoom View is available. By pressing the “magnifying glass” icon in the upper left of the display screen, the image will zoom in to four times the standard
view. Pressing the icon a second time will return the view to the standard Back Up Camera display.
When Zoom View is selected while the vehicle is in REVERSE, then shifted to DRIVE, the camera delay view will display the standard Back Up Camera view. If the vehicle is then returned to REVERSE gear from DRIVE, the Zoom View selection will automatically resume.
Shifting to NEUTRAL from any gear will maintain the selected view (Zoom or Standard) as long as the vehicle is below 8 mph (13 km/h).
If the vehicle is in PARK, Zoom View is available until the gear selector is placed in DRIVE or REVERSE and speeds are at or above 8 mph (13 km/h).
The system is deactivated in the following conditions if it was activated automatically:
The system is deactivated in the following conditions if it was activated manually from the Uconnect controls menu via Surround View button or Back Up Camera button:
If the Surround View Camera is activated manu- ally, and the vehicle is shifted into REVERSE, deactivation methods for automatic activation are assumed.
The camera delay system is turned off manually through the Uconnect settings menu
The Forward Facing Camera displays a front view image of the road ahead, along with tire lines to guide the driver when driving on narrow roads. Tire lines can be activated/deactivated through the Uconnect settings.
The Forward Facing Camera can be activated in the following ways:
Once activated, the camera image will remain on as long as the vehicle speed is below 8 mph (13 km/h) and the vehicle is not in 4WD Low.
The Forward Facing Camera is deactivated in the following conditions:
If the vehicle is in 4WD Low, the Forward Facing Camera image will be displayed until the “X” button is pressed or the ignition is placed in the OFF position.
AUX CAMERA — IF EQUIPPED
Your vehicle may be equipped with one or two AUX Cameras, which display images from the trailer on the touchscreen.
The AUX Camera is activated any of the following ways:
If equipped with two AUX Cameras, you can switch between each camera by pressing the AUX1 or AUX2 buttons on the Trailer Camera display.
AUX1 Camera Button
AUX2 Camera Button
The AUX Camera is deactivated when the following situations occur: