Lexus and Toyota Camera Calibration (VIDEO)

Lexus and Toyota Camera Calibration (VIDEO)

Joe Keene discusses how to calibrate the camera on a 2021 Lexus UX where the camera was removed and reinstalled.

Joe Keene discusses how to calibrate the camera on a 2021 Lexus UX that suffered damage to the roof. The camera was not replaced but simply removed and reinstalled — but as with all ADAS vehicles, any time the camera is disrupted, removed, reinstalled or replaced, a calibration is necessary.

 This video is sponsored by Hunter Engineering Co.

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