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Exact same issue in mine at present sometimes comes back for a day or two, it's been very wet lately so am putting down to that. Have ordered a replacement camera from aliexpress and it's due in a couple of weeks so will report back when received. Only concern I have is that sometimes the radio doesn't switch to the reverse feed but am hoping that's because it gets no signal from the camera rather than anything else failing.
 

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I wonder if only cleaning and impregnating it would solve this issue. So I would not have to replace the camera itself.
I'm just afraid to take it apart, as I'm sure a few plastic "screw" would break and I don't know where to get them
 

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I was thinking the same but found a replacement quite cheap on Ali so went with that as most of the effort is in disassembling the tailgate to get at the camera I didn't want to have to do it twice. There's a good video on Youtube and linked here somewhere showing the process too.
 

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I had mine go bad last spring. I bought one online for $60 and it was off brand. However, I took the old one off and soaked it in WD 40---drenched it, cleaned it off and reinstalled it----it's been working fine since last spring. I never had a chance to put the new unit in as it's still in the package they sent.
 

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I had mine go bad last spring. I bought one online for $60 and it was off brand. However, I took the old one off and soaked it in WD 40---drenched it, cleaned it off and reinstalled it----it's been working fine since last spring. I never had a chance to put the new unit in as it's still in the package they sent.
Have you been able to take it apart without breaking anything?
 

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Have you been able to take it apart without breaking anything?
The camera or the tailgate? I only removed the camera but did not disassemble it----then I doused it with WD-40. The tailgate was easy to remove and I did not break any clips. Even if I did, there's enough screws etc from what I remember that breaking a clip or two would be fine.

Word of caution, I would suggest doing this on a hot day or doing this in a warm location. I'd be afraid doing this on a cold day---possibly cracking the plastic trim.
 

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The camera or the tailgate? I only removed the camera but did not disassemble it----then I doused it with WD-40. The tailgate was easy to remove and I did not break any clips. Even if I did, there's enough screws etc from what I remember that breaking a clip or two would be fine.

Word of caution, I would suggest doing this on a hot day or doing this in a warm location. I'd be afraid doing this on a cold day---possibly cracking the plastic trim.
Yeah that's a good thought thanks. I'll need to park somehow in my tiny garage to let it warm up before taking it apart.
 

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I just wanted to add----when I doused the back up camera I put it back in while I waited for the new camera. However, it did not work for a day then all of the sudden, voila, it's been working since spring time. I wold also try to seal it with caulk on the seams as it appears that's how it gets damaged. I suppose the WD-40 was able to seep in and "clean up" the connections.
 

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I just wanted to add----when I doused the back up camera I put it back in while I waited for the new camera. However, it did not work for a day then all of the sudden, voila, it's been working since spring time. I wold also try to seal it with caulk on the seams as it appears that's how it gets damaged. I suppose the WD-40 was able to seep in and "clean up" the connections.
Did you use simple WD-40 or the special one for electronic devices: https://www.wd40specialist.com/products/contact-cleaner/ ?
 

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Camera arrived during the weeka and I fit it today and it worked great except for one small detail I'd been shipped part no 9576-2W300 instead of 9576-2W000. The 9576-2W300 must be for a car that doesn't have factory nav as it inserts the coloured guide line and warning text on the screen resulting in a blurred duplication on my head unit.

My camera was in a very bad way, so I decided to see could I save it. It’s held together by 4 screws and I'd to drill one out when I took the camera apart I could see the issue it was full of corrosion and very damp the good news though I was able to clean out most of it and clean everything up using contact cleaner. The lens was quite messed up in mine, so I decided to see what I could use from the one I ordered.

Turns out the whole camera will disassemble very easily once the outer case is off 4 more screws hold the whole thing together it breaks down into the lens, camera chip and maybe a power supply board each one sitting on top of the other so I used the new lens, old camera chip(Trial and error showed this is where the duplicate writing and text came from), new power supply, case and harness and its working like new!

I covered the whole exterior in Vaseline to give some extra water protection as the camera doesn't appear to have changed so this one is likely susceptible to the same water ingress issue.

Getting to the camera was a little tricky I followed the YouTube guide and got the interior trim off in a few minutes the exterior trim took a little longer though and there’s a nut in the very centre behind the Hyundai symbol I missed. The plastic retaining clips are a PITA but I use a combination of a flat head screw driver and pipe grips to compress them from inside while pulling from the outside to release but took me 40 minutes to free it mostly as I missed that bolt/nut
 

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Last week I was at the dealer to replace the breaks and stuff so I asked them to clean the camera a bit if they have time. The mechanic told that he removed the cover and put some contact spray on it but he thinks it wont help much (didn't take the camera apart though).
Anyway since then the camera was working perfectly, till yesterday. Yesterday night putting the car to reverse didn't event switch the navigation screen to the camera view, and the same is today. I fear that my camera just died completely.
I'll give it another chance and take it completely apart next week and will do what you guys did, fingers crossed ...
 

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I'm having the same issue but mine is a little worse, when I put it in reverse, I have a blank screen and an electrical smell coming into cabin, any idea's on what to do
 

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I would disconnect the camera ASAP if its causing a short thats hot enough to cause a burning smell it needs to be disconnected/removed.
 

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Probably have to replace

So I had some time so take the back door apart to check and clean the camera.
First of all removing the top part (over the licence plate) which holds the camera was really a pain in the @ss. I don't know if there is an official method to do this but it was kinda impossible to reach the clips to push them.
Anyway, the camera was really corroded and dirty, I took it apart, cleaned it, used some contact spray on it but sadly it still does not work.
I asked the dealer how much would it cost to replace it by them and it was almost 1000 USD. So I need to do it myself.
 

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Some heads up:

I ordered the following product after asking the seller if this is the one what I need: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rear-View-Camera-For-Hyundai-Santa-Fe-2013-2015-95760-2W000-957602W100-OEM-USA/163372914405?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&autorefresh=true
I have a navigation which puts the guide lines and the warning message on the image so I didn't want to end up in a situation like @tnegun
And the exact same thing happened sadly. I managed to replace the camera what works now but the guidelines and the message is duplicated.
What's important is that the model number is 95760-2W000. The same as the old one and still...
I don't know what to look for anymore
 

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**** that’s a pain, my seller wouldn't refund as the camera works and they believe it is the correct part. It’s obvious that this camera is for a car without the factory nav. I managed to save my original camera using donor parts from the other is your original one salvageable at all? I cleaned mine out with contact cleaner and it's a simple enough assembly just 3 boards sandwiched on top of each other,.
 

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Sadly I don't think so. Mine completely died a few months ago. I took it apart and cleaned it in December but it didn't help. The screen doesn't even switch to camera mode anymore when I put it to Reverse.
I hope the seller responds and can replace the part to what I need.
 

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My camera turned black a few months ago. I live in Seattle, so I'm sure it just got water damage. The dealer tried charging me $900 to replace it... No thanks. I first tried to soak my camera in WD40, but it still didn't work. Then I ordered 95760-2W000 from a seller on Amazon. They sent out 95760-2W300 and I had the same problem as @tnegun . It had duplicated the backup lines and had the chinese warning statement at the top. I sent it back. I ordered another one, and they sent the wrong one again. Now two months have gone by since it died. Should I keep searching for the 2W000?

Reading through this forum makes me worry that even if I buy the correct part (95760-2W000), will it even work like my original camera? My car does has a navigation system.
 
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