yea... i can seee everything just fine... and im asian and we all know asian people cant see at all because of our squinty eyes... maybe its just because i have optitron gauges that i can see everything... but the nav screen does suck in direct sunlightI can't understand all these posts about not seeing the instrument gauges, dash display, or radio / NAV. I have an 07 DC Limited and I tested it during bright sunlight and dark night, with dark polarized sunglasses and without, with the dash brightness knob set on low and high, and in all cases I could see everything fine. The only exception was with the brightness knob set on low, headlights on full power, and in direct bright sunlight: that made some things harder to see, but not impossible, and who would drive like this anyway? I can only assume those that have a problem have some really funky vision or some really bad glasses, or both.
Actually, this is on my list of potential projects but I have enough to finish as it is. Possible solutions include:Hey Wilee, you seem to be somewhat handy with the home-made mods so perhaps you can do some kind of shade box for the nav?
If you rotate your glasses, or head 90* can you read the display?That's my problem...polarized sunglasses. I can't read the radio display either, and when I test drove a DC with the backup camera I couldn't see that display as well. Guess I need some new, low-tech glasses.
You may want to change to high-quality non-polarized sunglasses anyway for reasons beyond your Tundra experiences. Many of these are actually higher-tech than polarized glasses.That's my problem...polarized sunglasses. I can't read the radio display either, and when I test drove a DC with the backup camera I couldn't see that display as well. Guess I need some new, low-tech glasses.