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    Default 2014 Chevy Silverado rear backup camera "whale tail" grid



    I was very pleasantly surprised with the 2014 Silverado's rear camera system. Not only does it have great visibility, but it shows you where you are headed with a steering wheel controled grid that shows where you are about to back up into and it's tied into the backup sensors too.

    Steve
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    The 2012/2013 Trucks with the HDD navi has this also... I have it installed on my 2010 GMC Sierra SLE.

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    I love it. It's a great feature.

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    I don't have the grids your talking about Steve, but I do have the camera and the '09 version of the nav screen. I don't use it a lot for backing, I like the mirrors; but, it is the best for backing under a trailer hitch. With very little practice, you can be in the exact place with the first attempt.
    Ray

    '09 Avalanche LTZ - Black
    '05 Envoy XL (sold)

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