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)
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2005 - 2008 toyota Tacoma back up camera install
This a brief overview of an backup camera install I did on my truck. The
layout and wiring should be very similar to 2005-2008 pre-factory backup
camera's which were also installed by factory. Install looks oem and is
clean. Hopefully this helps you out on your car or truck as well.
camera/locking latch are from www.camera-source.com
Installing the Wireless Color Monitor & Back-Up Camera System
One of the biggest obstacles to child safety is in the family driveway and
most people use it every day. Drivers of family vehicles cause accidents
that kill or injure more than 50 children each week -- and almost 50*
children lost their lives this year in what are called backover and
frontover accidents where kids are run over in their own driveways or a
local store's parking lot.
However, the new Audiovox Do-It-Yourself Wireless Color Monitor and Back-Up
Camera System, Model ACA250, can help bring the blind zone into view. The
blind zone is the area behind a vehicle that you can't see when backing up.
Here's the best news of all - virtually anyone can install the ACA250!
Audiovox created this wireless monitor and back-up camera system to be
simple to install.
Watch this video to see how you can install the ACA250 in a vehicle. If you
have any questions, please feel free to contact us. And for more
information on how to keep kids save around vehicles, please visit our
friends at KIDS AND CARS at kidsandcars.org.
2012-2013 Toyota Camry Backup Camera Installation
In this video, the installation specialists at Rostra Precision Controls
outline the steps taken to install the backup camera at the rear of the
2012-2013 Toyota Camry. As well, we show you how to route the wiring
harness to the front of the vehicle and connect the included touchscreen
interface t-harness to the backside of the radio. By our third video, we
will have installed our 250-8400 backup camera system which includes a CCD
color camera, 30-foot wiring harness, and a touchscreen interface harness.
These steps are very similar on the 2012-2013 Avalon, Corolla, Highlander,
Visit us online for more great backup camera solutions. For pricing,
availability, or to find a distributor in your area, please call our
customer service department at 1-800-782-3379 and we'll be happy to assist.
Note: This camera is also available in a CMOS version using part number
Ridgeline Back-Up Camera Installation (Honda Answers #72)
Honda Answers Question 72: How do I install a back-up camera on my
Ridgeline? (Part # 08B21-SJC-100)
For a complete list of tools and instructions go to
Product and parts are available at
Carmichael Honda's Online Accessory Store
The Largest Honda Accessory Dealer in the United States.
Offering local order pickup in the Sacramento Area and fast shipping to all
Toyota Tundra Backup Camera and Monitor Install
Back up camera and monitor installation in a 2008 Toyota Tundra. P/N
250-8087, REARSIGHT® Camera Overhead Monitor Prewired Kit. To show you
how easy it is to do this install yourself, and hopefully save you some
money and help keep you from backing into/over things or worse. These also
make linking up to a trailer a breeze.
2006 4-Runner Backup Camera Install (Part 1)
camera-source.com is a supplier of quality backup cameras and accessories.
This video shows you step-by-step how to install a backup camera and
auto-dim rear view mirror monitory in a 2006 Toyota 4Runner. Visit our
site www.camera-source.com to purchase your kit today!
The part number for this camera is CS-4RN.
Peak Wireless Backup Camera Install / Review (PKC0RB)
For more information on this camera:
Review of a Peak Wireless Backup Camera PKC0RB on a Chevy Trailblazer.
Shows the image quality and the wire hookups that are required when
installing. I got this for $100 from AutoZone. A professionally installed
camera would be about $500-$600.
Also applies to PKC0RA-01, PKC0RG.
Reverse camera & in car TV
Heres a video over-viewing my Kenwood DDX7036BT in-car entertainment
system. Its fitted to my 2002 Subaru Outback (Lancaster) H6 Luxury 3.0L. It
features a reversing camera and digital TV tuner. (Australia)
Installing VR3 Wireless Backup Camera
I installed a wireless backup camera to my 2009 Honda Accord today. I got
the VR3 VRBCS300W Wireless Back-Up Camera with 2.5" LCD Monitor from Pep
Boys for $69.98 minus a $10 mail-in rebate.
The installation process took just over 30 minutes. Tools required were a
scissor, electrical tape, pliers, flathead screwdriver, and phillips
Overall, I'm pleased with the result. I haven't decided where to place the
monitor. I can either mount it on the dashboard, air vent, or on the sun
High Def tire change on Toyota Tacoma truck with JVC HM400
Depending on your vehicle changing a truck tire is a harder than on a car.
This is a very detailed walkthrough video in high def shot with the JVC GZ
HM400. While it is specific for a Toyota Tacoma, the general concepts can
be applied to any vehicle. http://www.booyagadget.com
PAC VCI-LPB2 Rearview Backup Camera on AVIC-Z110BT
Here's a review/demo of the PAC Audio VCI-LPB2 Rearview Backup Camera.
This is a rearview backup camera that's integrated into a license plate
frame. The frame is made of stainless steel and is painted a glossy black.
It is secured with 4 6mm bolts that need to be tightened from behind. The
bolts are sit in a recessed cavity on the frame to prevent anyone from
stealing it...unfortunately, it makes the installation a chore, depending
on what kind of car you have.
The video will cover: Overview of the features/specs, demo of it in
daylight, and demo of it at night time.
Here's the link to the product page on PAC Audio's website:
I think this is a really good solution for those who don't want to
fabricate or alter their vehicle to accommodate a rearview camera. The
camera is pretty inconspicuous and tt also functions really well too.