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So this morning I got in the traverse and the eagle eye/rear camera stopped working. Anyone else having this issue? Super annoyed but nothing I can do but take it to the dealer. The one thing I noticed when checking the fuse box under the hood was that most of the fuses were half way out of the sockets/holder. I found that pretty strange. I’ll keep you guys posted!

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Radio won’t shut off when vehicle is shut off, driver door open and alarm set. Takes a few minutes to shut off. Remote start doesn’t work either. Traverse is going to the dealer on Monday ......
 

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Maybe pull the neg. battery cable off for a reset?

All the electronics have a mind of their own. My '19 radio wouldn't respond to the station paddle switches - went into work and they were functional again when I went out for lunch.
 

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Maybe pull the neg. battery cable off for a reset?

All the electronics have a mind of their own. My '19 radio wouldn't respond to the station paddle switches - went into work and they were functional again when I went out for lunch.
Funny thing you mentioned that. The traverse has some sort of parasitic drain, cause it wouldn’t even start tonight. When I went to jump it with the Duramax, it was sparking from the ground terminal on the chassis. I moved the jumper directly to the battery. As soon as it started I moved the jumper from the negative terminal to the ground terminal on the chassis and everything was normal. When getting inside I got a whole lot of errors. After reviewing my cameras, no attempt of theft was made on her.

Every vehicle manufacture has its issues but this is a major electronic failure that needs to be documented and addressed. With out a doubt this will cause major issues down the road. It’s not if, it’s when. This Issue has the potential to cause harm or death. I wouldn’t ever think Chevy bad quality but after my Duramax having potentially major problems with the CP3 fuel pumps failing. If not under warranty, the damages will be 10k-12k. Handful of other issues, now this with the traverse. I’m losing faith in Chevy
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OMG - that's equivalent to the "Blue Screen of Death" on a PC!
came back from our camping trip, started the traverse and everything is back to normal, including eagle eye/cameras. So **** weird. System must have reset after the battery died. Going to the dealer tomorrow, even though they will tell me. “Sorry we couldn’t recreate the issue, please come back when it happens again”
 

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Like I have mentioned before, they couldn’t recreate the issues. Said I had a bad battery and wasn’t driving it enough. Replaced battery. Not happy but at least it’s documented here
 

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I was going to suggest it could be a bad battery. It happens unfortunately and batteries can cause all kinds of crazy things to happen.

My general rule of thumb is when you start having more than 1 weird electrical issue, replace the battery first.
 

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My wife's 2020 Traverse back up/ eagle eye cameras have been acting up as well. Sometimes it works great, next time same screen as you had above with the exclamation point and camera crossed out. Dealer "Couldn't recreate it", but it has happened again quite a bit since. Suppose it will be going back when we can leave it so they can dig deeper. Frustrating on a new vehicle!
 
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