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Do you see your license plate in the backup camera view screen?  I don't remember seeing it until a day or two ago.  I'm thinking something is out of adjustment.  Anyone have similar experience?

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Is it Ray or do you go by "The Dude"?!?

I just now checked a Toyota forum where someone complained that his license plate started showing up in the camera view.  The last post on the thread was about the Toyota dealer showing him that the camera view on other new vehicles like his also showed the license plate. 

Also, the "Lexus Parking Assist - Things you should know" section of your owners manual says that it is possible for the camera to get out of alignment and that the dealer can adjust it.  See page 292 of your navigation manual which you can view at http://drivers.lexus.com/t3Portal/document/omnav-s/OM78105U/pdf/OM78105U.pdf

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My 2015 NX 200t was also showing the license plate in the backup camera.  With my current 2018 NX300 F3, it doesn’t.

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