EyeSight > Stereo Camera
• When the stereo camera or windshield glass has been replaced, removed or installed, always perform the adjustment and inspection of the camera. (When the stereo camera has been replaced with a new part, the camera remains in a failed state until adjustment and inspection are performed.)
• Since the stereo camera is a precision equipment, install the protective cover before handling it. (New stereo camera is equipped with a protective cover as a service part.)
• During removal, do not hold at the left and right cameras.
• Do not apply any impact to the stereo camera. (Even the slightest shock will deviate the optical axis of the camera, resulting in the loss of normal operation of the camera.)
• Do not disassemble the stereo camera.
• Attach the protective cover to the replacement part, put it into the box in the same way as the other parts and return it.
• Do not touch the lens filter on the stereo camera. If touched, replace the lens hood.
• When removing the stereo camera cover assembly, attach protective tape with a weak adhesive force such as masking tape to avoid interference with the camera lens before performing operation.
1. Disconnect the ground cable from battery.
2. Attach the protective tape (a) to the stereo camera cover assembly.
3. Remove the stereo camera cover.
(1) Release the claws and then remove the cap.
(2) Remove the mounting bolt of stereo camera cover.
(3) Pull down the rear of the stereo camera cover, and then release the clips.
(4) Disconnect the sunroof switch connector from the gap through the rear of the stereo camera cover.
(5) Release the hook on the front side of stereo camera cover.
If it is hard to release, insert a finger from the portion (a) and then release the hook.
(6) Disconnect the connectors, and remove the stereo camera cover assembly.
4. Remove the stereo camera.
(1) Disconnect the stereo camera connector.
(2) Remove the bolts and nuts and remove the stereo camera.
Remove the camera plate (a) as required.
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