2020 Honda Civic Front Camera Calibration (VIDEO)

2020 Honda Civic Front Camera Calibration (VIDEO)

How to perform a front camera calibration on a 2020 Honda Civic.

Joe Keene, automotive content video producer at Babcox Media, performs a front camera calibration on a 2020 Honda Civic. This video is sponsored by Hunter Engineering Co.

To watch “2020 Ford Edge Front Camera Calibration,” click here.

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