Kia Ceed Reversing Camera Not Working – How To Fix

By Max Anthony •  Updated: 06/23/23 •  3 min read

Kia Ceed Reversing Camera Not Working

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Kia is a brand which has been present in the market for quite a long time. It has a lot of loyal customers who are still buying its vehicles. Its cars are being loved by the customers because of their great features and top-notch performance.

The Kia Ceed is one of the most popular cars in the market which has received a lot of love from the customers. However, it has also received some negative comments as well.

One of these negative comments is related to its reversing camera not working. If you are one of those people who have faced this issue, then you need to know that there is a way to fix this problem easily and quickly.

This article will help you with that by providing you with all the necessary information about how to fix your car’s reversing camera issue.

Troubleshoot the Wiring

If your camera has a built-in wifi module and is operating normally, this probably tells you what to do – either the camera or the display need to be reset.

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It could be that something has blown in the fuse box or that some of the power cables to your camera are broken. Alternatively, a blown fuse or a wire may be fraying and be unable to be connected to the camera.

If it has never worked before, it’s very likely that the backup camera is faulty.

If it is a wire camera, then the problem is probably with the wiring. Check your fuse box to make sure it is all correct. Trace the wires and cables that connect the backup camera to the dashboard. If it is, then try to reset your system.

You may have a problem with the display that is integrated into the dash, so go to the vehicle’s dashboard and check the cables that are going to the cameras and to the display.

Trying to remove the display from the dash is a very complicated process, and you should probably do it as an afterthought. If your computer is acting strangely, try giving it a factory reset to check if it is really a glitch.

Check the Cables and Repair the Damages

If the rear camera display flickers or shows black and white noise, it could be a frayed cable or a bad connection. Make sure all cables and connections on the backup camera system are fully connected and repair any damage.

Check the Wiring

If the display doesn’t turn on at all, the problem may be with the display rather than the camera. So check your car’s wiring diagram. (If you installed the monitor yourself, double-check your work.

Connecting the camera to the AUX dash cable instead of the video feed is a common problem in home installations.)

If the display does not turn on it may be connected incorrectly (make sure the correct amount of current is going to the display) or the monitor may be damaged or destroyed.

You should also add that many people set their rearview camera to only work when the car is in reverse. So make sure you’ve actually attempted a retreat.

If the display turns on and you don’t see a signal, you may have a problem with your camera. Check for damage and replace if necessary.

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Max Anthony

Max is a gizmo-savvy guy, who has a tendency to get pulled into the nitty gritty details of technology and cars. He attended UT Austin, where he studied Information Science. He’s married and has three kids, one dog and a GMC truck and a Porsche 911. With a large family, he still finds time to share tips and tricks on cars, trucks and more.