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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-08-2019, 02:35 PM Thread Starter
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Rear Camera Adjustment

On my 2012 Evora NA the rear camera was tilted down but now after it was on jack stands points more downward. As I see more license plate?

Before I go and try to force it up, has anyone found an adjustment for it.
I've found a few threads but no solution.

It can move as mine did
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-08-2019, 03:31 PM
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I think the camera is mounted to a plate that has two screws on the horizontal axis. They're likely loose.

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I think the camera is mounted to a plate that has two screws on the horizontal axis. They're likely loose.
Coming short of removing the bumper, can they be adjusted? I've tried using a screw driver and gently pushing up by wedging it under neath. No luck
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Did you try adjusting the screws mentioned by agentdr8? Maybe loosen, adjust and re-tighten?
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Did you try adjusting the screws mentioned by agentdr8? Maybe loosen, adjust and re-tighten?
Don't think you can get to those from the outside.... meaning bumper off job

I also want to push mine up a smidge... but not worth pulling the bumper to do it

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How about trying to gain access by removing the license plate finisher? (I would try myself but my OEM bumper is no longer on the car and not easily accessible.)
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