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Last Edited by Arkansas-Farmer June 27, 2018 at 05:17 AM
I just installed this product in my vehicle on Saturday. Keep in mind that even though this is wireless, the only thing that saves you is running the wire from the trunk up to the dash - something that was definitely worth it for me. I didn't want to spend several hours working on that.

You do still have to open your taillight, figure out which of the two wires going to your backup light has power (Google can help with that process: you're not the first person doing this), and then cut that wire and splice into that.

The whole install took me about 4 hours. The reason it took me longer is that I was installing on a 15-passenger van and the standard install location (mounting it onto the license plate) wasn't an option for me (license plate is offset and inset). I ended up bending the metal camera holder into a new shape, drilling holes, etc. It should go much quicker in a vehicle where the license plate is front & center in the back of the vehicle.

All told, I'm really, really happy with the camera and the system, although it's still very new and I don't have much experience with it yet.

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Good deal. I bought this in January for the same price. Easy install on my Toyota Tundra. All the wires hide behind the bed liner by the rear tail light. Now I can hitch the pop up or boat with one person.
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Good deal. I bought this in January for the same price. Easy install on my Toyota Tundra. All the wires hide behind the bed liner by the rear tail light. Now I can hitch the pop up or boat with one person.
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Good deal. I bought this in January for the same price. Easy install on my Toyota Tundra. All the wires hide behind the bed liner by the rear tail light. Now I can hitch the pop up or boat with one person.
FYI- If you have a fairly recent (2007+), the chances are decent that the truck is already wired for a backup cam. You just need to buy the monitor and camera and it's close to plug and play. I did exactly this in my 2011.
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FYI- If you have a fairly recent (2007+), the chances are decent that the truck is already wired for a backup cam. You just need to buy the monitor and camera and it's close to plug and play. I did exactly this in my 2011.
Unless it connects straight into the backview mirror and it's a pita to reconnect elsewhere.
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Yeah but that monitor is just a waste of space on the dash.
I have this camera. It doesn't obstruct my vision at all. You can position it to where it's not taking much space
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Is it easy to connect the wiring for a 2011 Civic?
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Bought this in January, haven't installed yet.
Any suggestions on how to install for 2010 camry hybrid?
The camera has a small wiring box which doesn't fit through LP hole.
Thanks in advance
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Is it easy to connect the wiring for a 2011 Civic?
Very easy.. Hooked it up to my 2010 civic.. Basically it's just two wires and just tap it to the reverse lights. If you want to go the extra step and eliminate the car charger, get a fuse tap and tap power to the fuse box under the dash.
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bought one, monitor was DOA. looks like a good product but I returned mine. Good luck!
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Does anyone know how easy this would be to install on a 2009 Honda Accord ?

This would be so much cheaper than getting a indash cam + install around $400
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I wish instead of the dash monitor it was a rearview mirror monitor. Already have a dash cam, don't feel like cluttering my dash up more.
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Anyone install on 2011 Mercedez GLK how was it?
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