Nissan Altima Owners Manual: How to adjust the screen (if so equipped)

settings, press the SETTING button while the RearView Monitor screen is displayed. Each time the SETTING button is pressed, the next setting item is selected. Turn the TUNESCROLL/TUNEFOLDER control knob to adjust each item.

Available setting items:

● Brightness
● Contrast
● Tint
● Color
● Black Level

The setting items will disappear and the display will return to the original screen if SETTING button is pressed when the last setting item is selected or if the screen is left without operation for some time.

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