If you’re reading this, you’ve purchased or are looking to purchase a brand new Chevy Silverado backup camera, and you’re trying to figure out how to install it. If you’re familiar with the general process of installing a backup camera, this is the post for you. However, if you’re a beginner, you should read this guide first.
The Ford Ranger is a solid all-around compact truck with a reliable history of few recalls and complaints. Very few people report major problems, as the truck is considered a fairly low key model. That consistency comes with a few trade-offs. The Ranger is not where you go for major truck innovations—Instead, you get reliability.
The Chevy Silverado has been doing heavy-duty work since 1998, and it’s one of the classics. But like any classic line of the vehicle, they can run into problems in different model years. That’s what this guide is for, to help you get an idea of the landscape for the Silverado, and where you can find the best value on a reliable truck model year that won’t break down.
The Ford F-150 is one of the most-sold trucks of all time, and is appreciated by collectors and truck enthusiasts as one of the most reliable trucks ever made. But, every now and then, even a company as reliable as the Ford Motor Company makes mistakes. This post will go over the times the ball has been dropped, as well as giving rough estimates for how much some of these issues can end up costing. You can also check out our buyers’ guide to finding a used F-150 for and find answers to common questions for further information.
The Dodge Ram 1500 is part of the Ram line of trucks, which is a reliable and trustworthy line of vehicles in the Chrysler stable. Ram trucks have even been Motor Trend’s Truck of the Year six times!
However, if you’re shopping for a used RAM 1500, it can be a little confusing since the rebrand from Dodge Ram to Ram trucks in 2011. While the trucks are good, it’s important to recognize that every manufacturer has their bad years and models. The RAM 1500 is generally a reliable and fuel efficient pickup, and this guide will help you sort the wheat from the chaff.
The F-150 specifically, was introduced in 1975, and this design went on to be one of the most-sold trucks ever. Its design has gone through numerous iterations and has been upgraded in numerous ways, most recently with the move to an aluminum frame.
Is the backup camera on your Jeep causing you problems? It could be the backup camera flickering, showing no picture, or your Jeep Wrangler’s radio resetting constantly. You might be experiencing some electrical problems, or a faulty camera. This guide will give you some tips and tricks to make sure that your Jeep backup camera problems are solved, whether they are Jeep Wrangler JK problems or Jeep Grand Cherokee problems.
Even after years of being a top seller in the mid-size market for years, the tacoma is still seeing healthy year over year growth of 12.6% in 2019. People buy these trucks for a reason! But even with the most “bulletproof” of engines things still fail.
This guide will help you troubleshoot and potentially determine the issue, and if it requires deeper maintenance, we’ll help you figure out what to do as a next step. And if you’ve come to the wrong place, looking for an installation guide rather than a troubleshooting guide, check out our easy beginner’s guide to installing a backup camera.
The Chevy Colorado is the compact powerhouse of the GMC/Chevy line, along with the GMC Canyon. These trucks are powerful companions and workhorses for any job, and the backup camera needs to be able to pull its weight. While most users experience perfect performance from their Chevy Colorado’s backup cam, some users report camera glitches and reduced functionality.
If you’re in the same boat, this is the post for you.
What follows is a quick overview on the benefits of upgrading and replacing your old camera.