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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-21-2019, 07:53 PM Thread Starter
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Software glitches

I've had my I-Pace for a few months now, and I quickly discovered some odd things the software does that it shouldn't. Has anyone else dealt with the issues below?

•The backup camera usually comes up right away, but the image will "jump" after it lags behind real time (thus allowing me to smack the object behind me).
•The music source will switch to FM from XM all by itself (I swear I'm not touching a thing!).
•The forward camera will come on by itself if n object is near the front of the car, and then it won't turn off until I manually turn it off.
•When I back up and the camera goes on, it does not return to the original screen when I put the car in P or D; it often goes to the home screen instead, and then I have to take my eyes off the road to put it back to what I originally had up on the display.

I've taken it to my dealer to resolve these issues (plus a few other issues), and they said "you're all set," but...nope. All the aforementioned malfunctions are still present.
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I've had some similar camera issues and mine keeps jumping to radio rather than XM when I disconnect Android Auto. The last is a problem I've had since the car was new, the camera issue is recent though.

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Me too on switching music sources when restarting the car - always from I-Pod to FM. My Ford Fusion with Sync 3 does the same also with I-Pod so I assumed it was the I-Pod itself but now I'm not certain.
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The jittering camera when backing up is dangerous. You think you have enough space for backing up and then you realize there is a lag in the camera and you're actually closer than you are
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The jittering camera when backing up is dangerous. You think you have enough space for backing up and then you realize there is a lag in the camera and you're actually closer than you are
I rely on the parking sensors and not the camera. When the beeping gets fast but before it becomes a solid tone I know it's time to stop. Looking at the camera takes my eyes off the road.
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The jittering camera when backing up is dangerous. You think you have enough space for backing up and then you realize there is a lag in the camera and you're actually closer than you are
I rely on the parking sensors and not the camera. When the beeping gets fast but before it becomes a solid tone I know it's time to stop. Looking at the camera takes my eyes off the road.
When I’m backing up I like to believe the camera will give me an accurate representation of the road. It can ‘see’ behind the car a whole lot better than I could ever hope to just because the position of the lens. Unfortunately, the rear camera in the I-Pace cannot be trusted. If it can’t be trusted or used, why even have it?
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When I’m backing up I like to believe the camera will give me an accurate representation of the road. It can ‘see’ behind the car a whole lot better than I could ever hope to just because the position of the lens. Unfortunately, the rear camera in the I-Pace cannot be trusted. If it can’t be trusted or used, why even have it?
Glad to see that you're still posting! I haven't had the camera problems experienced by others and I do use them when leaving a parking spot especially in crowded parking lots. For simple parking such as the garage I use the sensors. Between the cameras and cross-traffic alert I feel much safer. My wife is small and these systems are really helpful for her. I seem to end up parked between a huge SUV on one side and a pick up truck on the other.
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My issue is that the front camera (in 360 view only) is all distorted. The cameras individually all are fine.
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My issue is that the front camera (in 360 view only) is all distorted. The cameras individually all are fine.
Am I wrong or is 3 of the 4 cameras distorted in the 1st photo? It appears that only the rear camera is okay. It's definitely a strange problem. Is there a large mirror or glass pane in the garage that might be the source of the distortion?
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post #10 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-23-2019, 01:29 AM
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I think the distortion happens when the cameras are very close to the objects. You're pretty tight in that garage ... how does it look when you drive up the driveway or park in a lot?
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