Mazda Front Camera Calibration

Mazda Front Camera Calibration

Joe Keene, automotive content video producer at Babcox Media, discusses how to calibrate the front camera on a Mazda 6 after the windshield was replaced.

Joe Keene, automotive content video producer at Babcox Media, discusses how to calibrate the front camera on a Mazda 6 after the windshield was replaced. Keene stresses the importance of using factory glass as he says more and more manufacturers are releasing technical service bulletins cautioning against using aftermarket glass as it can cause a failed calibration. This video is sponsored by Hunter Engineering Co.

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