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.