Operations after activation

- When the rear view is displayed on the left side on the screen (B or C ), the view on the right side switches between the bird’seye view B and the front-side view C each time the CAMERA button is pushed (3 ).

- When the front view/bird’s-eye view D is displayed on the screen, pushing the CAMERA button (9 ) will switch the view on the right side to the front-side view E .

When the CAMERA button is pushed again (10 ), the screen which was displayed before the Around View Monitor was activated A is displayed.

- The view on the driver’s side switches to the rear view (B or C ) when the selector lever is shifted into the “R” (Reverse) position (5 or 7 ).

The view will switch back to the front view (D or E ) when the selector lever is shifted out of the “R” (Reverse) position (4 or 6 ).

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