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Old 05-26-2013, 07:42 PM   #1
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Question ? about the 302a package on xlt screw

looking at 2013 XLT 4wd screw with the 302A package, in the standard equipment it states rearview camera. in this package it states you get a rearview camera. do not understand, does the truck just come with a camera already installed and not hooked up. with the package 302A it is in the mirror or touch screen. confusing to me. sorry for being dumb, tried the search and did not find what I needed. help, I am old.
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It is in the mirror and ready as soon as you put it in reverse for the very first time
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looking at 2013 XLT 4wd screw with the 302A package, in the standard equipment it states rearview camera. in this package it states you get a rearview camera. do not understand, does the truck just come with a camera already installed and not hooked up. with the package 302A it is in the mirror or touch screen. confusing to me. sorry for being dumb, tried the search and did not find what I needed. help, I am old.
302a just puts the most popular options together. I got my '11 before they had that option. The backup camera is the thing! Makes getting a trailer hooked up simple. And don't worry about the video being in the camera. It is very visible and easy to watch.
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I stumbled upon this thread and I have a question.

My truck has ALL of the features listed in the 302A package details from the 2013 brochure. However, the one thing I don't have is the rearview camera.

Am I reading this option list wrong? Does the rearview camera only come with the Chrome Package? Or is the rearview camera standard on ALL of the 302A package trucks?

How did I get all of these options highlighted in yellow, EXCEPT the rearview camera?
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I have a 13 w/ the chrome package and mine has the camera if that means anything. Look at the ford symbol on the rear tailgate. It is beneath the symbol and pretty hard to miss. There was another similarly equipped XLT for sale I looked at that didn't have it so I don't think it's a standard option. I'm not certain that the truck in question had the 302A package but would imagine it did.
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