Bolt2019
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reverse image not full size on infotainment screen

Wed May 29, 2019 4:16 am

I've done a bit of searching using different keywords.
I have a 2019 LT. When put into reverse, the image shows up but it's not full screen. It's to the upper right. There's a bar on the bottom with a guidelines choice and a whole space to the left with some kind of shape that does nothing upon pressing.
Can others confirm that the reverse image not being full screen is normal?
Thanks

SeanNelson
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Location: Vancouver, BC

Re: reverse image not full size on infotainment screen

Wed May 29, 2019 3:42 pm

It's normal on my 2017 Premiere...

Bolt2019
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Re: reverse image not full size on infotainment screen

Wed May 29, 2019 4:50 pm

SeanNelson wrote:It's normal on my 2017 Premiere...


Thanks. Do you have the overhead view option? If not then I guess it's just normal. It just seems odd that it wouldn't take the whole screen.

SeanNelson
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Location: Vancouver, BC

Re: reverse image not full size on infotainment screen

Thu May 30, 2019 4:52 pm

Bolt2019 wrote:
SeanNelson wrote:It's normal on my 2017 Premiere...


Thanks. Do you have the overhead view option? If not then I guess it's just normal. It just seems odd that it wouldn't take the whole screen.

Yes, the overhead view is shown on the left side of the screen and the rear or front view on the left in something like a 30/70 split.

TheLondonBroiler
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Re: reverse image not full size on infotainment screen

Wed Jun 17, 2020 2:18 am

This is what I get occasionally. As soon as I shift from reverse to drive, it goes to full screen. I doubt this will ever be fixed.
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