Aligning the Guidance Lines

For the best reference, the guidance lines should be aligned to reflect the outside edges of the vehicle. You should align the guidance lines separately for each backup camera. When you change the camera angle, you should immediately align the guidance lines again.

  1. Position your vehicle with the driver's side closely aligned to a curb, driveway, or parking stall lines.
    TIP: It can be helpful to position the vehicle in the center of a parking stall, and then pull forward into the next stall. This allows you to use the parking stall lines at the rear of the vehicle as reference points for alignment.
  2. From the paired Garmin® navigation device, select Settings > Wireless Cameras.
  3. Select the paired camera name, and select Guidance Lines > Adjust Guidance Lines.
  4. Use the arrows in the corners of the screen to move the ends of the white, driver's-side guidance line.

    The guidance line should appear directly on top of the curb, driveway, or parking stall line.

    Guidance line setup
  5. Use the arrows in the center of the screen to move the colored distance guidance lines up or down.

    The red guidance line should be aligned with the rearmost part of your vehicle. This could be the rear bumper, a trailer hitch, or another object protruding from the rear of the vehicle.

  6. Reposition the vehicle with the passenger side closely aligned to a curb, driveway, or parking stall lines, and use the arrows to align the white, passenger-side guidance line.

    The guidance lines should be symmetrical.

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