Toyota Backup Camera Install Demo Review Pics and Video

Full Details: http://www.booyagadget.com/2011/01/vehicle-backup-camera-diy-toyota-installation-demo-review.html I roll the JVC "Kamelion" Head unit KD AVX 44 and I've never had a vehicle with a backup camera, so I decided to install one myself. I got some help from my community at http://www.tacomaworld.com/ which came in handy. The video says enough. I can answer specifics about a 2006 tacoma, and JVC head unit, but I recommend you hit up "Your Vehicle" forums for specific questions about your scenario. I did a bunch of projects related to Car Audio Video, so keep an eye out for http://www.booyagadget.com or Booya Gadget on You Tube... ( headliner-roof removal, scangauge II obdi reader, bugflector, roof sound-deadening raammat ) Best Technical resource for this topic: ( tacoma world forum) http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/audio-video/134511-diy-install-backup-reverse-camera-dp-video-dbc366-live-video-demonstration.html For Images of this Video on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/booyagadget/sets/72157625850256172/

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Reverse Backup camera wiring
Did you recently buy a reverse camera and not sure what red power wire to use? Did you get an RCA cable with a little red wire on both ends? Not quite sure what to make of the terrible instructions? (read more below) The red and black wire that are together are supposed to be connected to the white rear reverse light bulb (I accidentally said "camera" in the video). If you connect the red and black wire to the reverse bulb, it will give the camera power (turn it on) only when you are in reverse. (Ahhh Haaa moment). If they were connected anywhere else, they would either be on all of the time, or not when you need them to be. You could connect them to say a cigarette lighter that is only on when the car is on, but then you run into the next issue. About the red wire on the RCA cable...Most headunits don't have a button to click when you're in reverse. If yours has video inputs, then stop. You could use an input as the reverse camera, but keep in mind that you have select this input..kind of annoying. For everyone else, yours has a special 12v turn on wire. When this one particular wire gets 12 volts, it tells the headunit to now switch to the yellow rca video. It is the small wire connected to that yellow rca that is to be used for that 12 v turn on. You can use the reverse lights for this power signal.





Parallel Park Toyota Yaris with reversing camera. Driving test manoeuvre.
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5 Step Backup Camera Installation
Learn the 5 easy steps to install a backup camera into any vehicle! Back up cameras and systems: http://www.qualitymobilevideo.com/car-video/back-up-cameras-and-systems.htm l?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=Video&utm_campaign=Backup_Installation For illustrated and printable instructions see our blog post: http://blog.qualitymobilevideo.com/backup-camera-system-installation-guide- trigger-wire?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=Video&utm_campaign=Backup_Instal lation We show you the easiest way to install a backup camera. We break down the installation process to 5 easy steps. We walk you through the system layout of the installation process. The easiest way to understand how a standard backup camera system is installed is by understanding the components. Most back up cameras and systems have similar components. This particular guide is designated for backup camera systems with trigger wires. A backup camera system can be broken down into five basic components: 1) Monitor 2) Monitor cable 3) Back up camera 4) Camera power cord 5) RCA video cable Make sure to leave your questions and comments below!




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