2017 Ford F-150 Owners Manual - 360 Degree Camera



360 Degree Camera

WARNING   WARNING:  The 360 degree camera system still requires the driver to use it in conjunction with looking out of the windows, and checking the interior and exterior mirrors for maximum coverage.
WARNING   WARNING:  Objects that are close to either corner of the bumper or under the bumper, might not be seen on the screen due to the limited coverage of the camera system.
WARNING   WARNING:  Use caution when turning camera features on or off when the transmission is not in park (P). Make sure your vehicle is not moving.

The 360 degree camera system consists of front, side and rear cameras. The system:
  • Allows you to see what is directly in front or behind your vehicle.
  • Provides cross traffic view in front and behind your vehicle.
  • Allows you to see a top-down view of the area outside your vehicle, including the blind spots.
  • Provides visibility around your vehicle to you in parking maneuvers such as:Centering in a parking space.Obstacles near vehicle.Parallel parking.
360 Camera Button  The 360 degree camera system button is located on the instrument panel and allows you to toggle through different camera views. The front and rear cameras have multiple screens which consist of: Normal view with 360, Normal view, and split view. When in park (P), neutral (N) or drive (D), only the front images will be displayed when the button is pressed. When in reverse (R), only the rear images will be displayed when the button is pressed.
Note:   The 360 degree camera system will turn OFF when your vehicle is in motion at low speed, except when in reverse (R).
Camera Views
The small vehicle icon displayed on the top left corner of the image illustrates the camera view being displayed. Camera views are laid out in the order the screens will appear once the button is pressed.
Note:   The front video image will be disabled when your vehicle is in motion at low speed, except when in reverse (R).
  • Front 360 + Normal:Contains the normal front camera view next to a 360 degree camera view. This view will appear on the screen when the button is pressed in any gear other than reverse (R).
  • Front Normal View:Provides an image of what is directly in front of your vehicle. Access this view by pressing the camera button from the Front 360 + Normal View screen.
  • Front Split View:Provides an extended view of what is in front of your vehicle. Access this view by pressing the camera button from the Front Normal View screen.
  • Rear 360 + Normal:Contains the normal rear camera view next to a 360 degree camera view. This view can be accessed by putting your vehicle in reverse (R), or by pressing the camera button from the Rear Split View screen.
  • Rear Normal View:Provides an image of what is directly behind your vehicle. Access this view by pressing the camera button from the Rear 360 + Normal screen.
  • Rear Split View:Provides an extended view of what is behind your vehicle. Access this view by pressing the camera button from the Rear Normal View screen.
Keep Out Zone
Keep Out Zone
The Keep Out Zone is represented by the yellow dotted lines running parallel to your vehicle. It is designed to give you the indication on the ground of the fully extended outside mirror position.
Front Camera
WARNING   WARNING:  The front camera system still requires the driver to use it in conjunction with looking out of your vehicle.

Front Camera
The front video camera, located in the grille, provides a video image of the area in front of your vehicle. It adds assistance to the driver while driving forward at low speeds.
To use the front video camera system, place the transmission in any gear except reverse (R) and press the small icon in the corner of the screen.
Note:   The front camera system will automatically switch on when you are in mud/sand, rock crawl, or Baja mode and your speed is less than 24 km/h (F150 Raptor only).
The area displayed on the screen may vary according to your vehicle's orientation and road conditions.
Side Camera
Side View Camera
The side view camera, located in the outside mirror, provide a video image of the area on the sides of your vehicle as part of the front 360 + normal view and rear 360 + normal view. It aids you while parking your vehicle either forward or backwards.
Note:   Use caution when using the 360 view while any of the doors are ajar. If a door is ajar, the camera will be out of position and the video image may be incorrect.

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