Fitting a rear view camera on the factory fitted radio

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So Neil (Thunder02) convinced me to install a rear view camera on me 2013 Hilux fitted with the standard factory double din radio (bought the camera from Neil). With the help of Hein and Neil we found it was easy to install the rear view camera. Just needed to figure out which of the camera wires needs to be spiced into the existing wiring.
To start you need to remove the left kick plate. Be careful when you pull it off as it can tear easy (I found this out when I removed it).
There you will find a white plug with four wires – a grey, white, black and red wire. This is where you will be splicing the camera cables in.
The black plug next to that one has a thick blue cable. This is your power feed. With the camera came a wire with a positive and negative. We started here. The one shown below.
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Next you splice the red positive wire into the thick blue cable found on the black plug.
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Above the plugs is where you can earth the black cable.
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For now you will be done with the power feed cable.
Next you will have to cut the one end of the camera extension cable. The one with the two RCA plugs to reveal three wires, a black red and yellow wire. You will be using only the black and yellow wires.
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Splice the yellow into the white cable. This is the camera signal cable.
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Splice the black cable into the grey cable. This is the camera screen cable.
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Hein soldered the cables to make sure there is no possibility of the wires coming lose. There after tidied it up with heat shrink.
The red cable will not be used. This you can cut off.
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Now you have to feed the cables to the back. Where you want to place the camera is up to you. I mounted it above the number plate. The only thing that you need to do is extend the power cable as this is to short. Make sure you don’t mix the positive and negative. I found a rubber plug below the passenger seat. Feed that cables thru the plug and thru the chassis to the back
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The rear view camera will engage when you select revers.
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Thanks Arne for doing the step for step instructions :thumbup: :thumbup:
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one of those strange "toys" .... once you have used a reverse camera you never want to be without it :)
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Hey Arne... where did you source the camera from and what may I ask did it set you back?
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Hi Casku
Road Block ( Hein) the camera came from Neil ( thunder02) and if i am not mistaken was R1000 , Thanks Arne was great fun helping to get it in and to see the result !!!!! :clap: :thumbup:
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Thank you for the info... I bought a unit from the fleamarket a while back and fitted it but have never been happy with the results and have now removed it.

The picture you have above is like it's supposed to be
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I must say that I am very pleased with the camera and the quality. I must just make a plan with the "NOB" in the screen.
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A. Lombard wrote:I must say that I am very pleased with the camera and the quality. I must just make a plan with the "NOB" in the screen.
I wasn't behind the bakkie for that long :laugh2:
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Arne, when you doing our night test?????
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I'll be doing it tonight :thumbup:
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So as requested I checked how the camera works at night and I was pleasantly surprised. As you can see there is more than enough light from the reverse lights to see what is behind the vehicle on the camera.
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Thanks bud looks great, I see that knob is still stalking you :mocking:
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Thanks Neil. Fitted mine and it works like an absolute charm :yahoo:
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CasKru wrote:Thanks Neil. Fitted mine and it works like an absolute charm :yahoo:
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A. Lombard wrote:I must say that I am very pleased with the camera and the quality. I must just make a plan with the "NOB" in the screen.
Arne I found that the nob gives me a little better perspective for when you are really in a tight spot. (Neil get your head out of the GUTTER)
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Obelix and Dogmatix wrote:
A. Lombard wrote:I must say that I am very pleased with the camera and the quality. I must just make a plan with the "NOB" in the screen.
Arne I found that the nob gives me a little better perspective for when you are really in a tight spot. (Neil get your head out of the GUTTER)
verskoon hom, hy het n KNOP kop .... :tease: :twisted:


JIP, daai "knop" help nogal om ekstra perspektief te gee. Presies dieselfde met die RAV
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ChrisF wrote:
Obelix and Dogmatix wrote:
A. Lombard wrote:I must say that I am very pleased with the camera and the quality. I must just make a plan with the "NOB" in the screen.
Arne I found that the nob gives me a little better perspective for when you are really in a tight spot. (Neil get your head out of the GUTTER)
verskoon hom, hy het n KNOP kop .... :tease: :twisted:


JIP, daai "knop" help nogal om ekstra perspektief te gee. Presies dieselfde met die RAV
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Anybody know where I can buy one of these cameras in Cape Town?
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Geel Kat wrote:Anybody know where I can buy one of these cameras in Cape Town?
Morning Kobus, I can courier it down for you. Will send you a PM. :thumbup:
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Thunder02 wrote:
Geel Kat wrote:Anybody know where I can buy one of these cameras in Cape Town?
Morning Kobus, I can courier it down for you. Will send you a PM. :thumbup:
Would the Brackenfell branch have stock if he preferred to buy it in person ?


Kobus ek dink 90% van die manne op die forum het al by 4x4Direct gekoop. Jy kan maar met n geruste hart bestel by hulle :thumbup:

Ek het al n hele paar threads gedoen oor projekte met hul produkte - een om jou lus te maak :drool:

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Skuus het reggekom plaaslik en dit werk goed.

Het al 'n hele paar goed in die verlede by 4x4Direct gekoop, altyd uitstekende diens.

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Could you maybe show how and where the camera was installed on the tailgate. have a 2013 Vigo myself with a cancas canopy and find reversing quite an issue.
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On my bakkie I drilled a hole in the bumper, next to the number plate.

It does work a bit better if the camera faces slightly downward - less glare
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DeonV wrote:Could you maybe show how and where the camera was installed on the tailgate. have a 2013 Vigo myself with a cancas canopy and find reversing quite an issue.
I fitted the camera just above the number plate on the bumper. Placing it higher facing down would be better.
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Mine is also placed just above the number plate as in the photo above.

Above the bumper with a view of the bumper will be better in my opinion, but mine gives a view of the tow bar which works for me.
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Geel Kat wrote:Mine is also placed just above the number plate as in the photo above.

Above the bumper with a view of the bumper will be better in my opinion, but mine gives a view of the tow bar which works for me.
Yes I agree. Seeing the tow ball does make it a lot easier to hook up.
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Hi Guys,
I have a factory fitted rearview reverse camera on my Fortuner, what is the possibility to mount one of these jobbies on my front bumper with a switch to activate or even when 1st is selected... Any electronic boffins out there that can assist..??? Neil tries to sell me one on of these cameras almost a daily basis but unless I know it will work as requested Neil will have to try something else... :-)
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Changes wrote:Hi Guys,
I have a factory fitted rearview reverse camera on my Fortuner, what is the possibility to mount one of these jobbies on my front bumper with a switch to activate or even when 1st is selected... Any electronic boffins out there that can assist..??? Neil tries to sell me one on of these cameras almost a daily basis but unless I know it will work as requested Neil will have to try something else... :-)
I REALLY wanted to do just that on Elders !!

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The height of the camera also impacts on the functionality when reversing with a trailer.

numberplate height - pretty useless - had this with Elders.

higher and you can actually SEE the angle of the trailer, and it becomes a LOT easier to reverse - With the RAV the camera is about another 500mm higher.
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Any idee of the IP rating on the camera. Going to Botswana from 26 June to 8 July and apparently lots of water crossings. Would hate loosing it on the first trip
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DeonV wrote:Any idee of the IP rating on the camera. Going to Botswana from 26 June to 8 July and apparently lots of water crossings. Would hate loosing it on the first trip
I don't know what the IP rating is but I did go thru some deep water a couple of weeks ago were the camera was under water and up until now no problems. I'm sure the IP rating will be something like IP65 as it must be water proof for when it is raining or even when the vehicle is being washed.

I'm sure Neil will be able to check on the box to see the IP rating.
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Changes wrote:Hi Guys,
I have a factory fitted rearview reverse camera on my Fortuner, what is the possibility to mount one of these jobbies on my front bumper with a switch to activate or even when 1st is selected... Any electronic boffins out there that can assist..??? Neil tries to sell me one on of these cameras almost a daily basis but unless I know it will work as requested Neil will have to try something else... :-)

Hi William

I found the document below on the internet. I'm no electrical boffin but it seems possible what you want to do. Have a look and see if it makes sense.
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In stead of placing the camera at the back as what the guy wanted to use it for just place it in front.
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DeonV wrote:Any idee of the IP rating on the camera. Going to Botswana from 26 June to 8 July and apparently lots of water crossings. Would hate loosing it on the first trip
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Hi guys!

Im new to this forum. I recently fitted a reverse camera on with my standard radio. Now i want to know, is it possible to put the camera on a switch so i can check a trailer now and then?
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It should be possible.

On my hilux the reverse light was the power source to switch on the camera.

It was possible to have an over ride switch to switch it on at will - BUT, you need two diode to prevent feedback between the lines ...


when using the car radio as the screen - what triggers the radio to show this image ???? Is it powered from the camera cable ? Then it should be the same as what I did with my Hilux.
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Just did this, pleased to say it works perfectly. Would you recommend adding an inline fuse to it? Seeing as the camera is always on when the car is? If so, what size and rating?
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Always a good idea. Does your system spec sheet give the amperage draw on the unit? Doubt it will be more than 5A but thinking more in terms of about 2 or 3 amps. If your spec sheet gives the draw, then go with a fuse that has a 1A higher rating, otherwise I would start with a 2A and see if it holds or blows and if it blows increase it to the next fuse value. :winkx:
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Changes wrote: Wed May 18, 2016 7:02 pm Hi Guys,
I have a factory fitted rearview reverse camera on my Fortuner, what is the possibility to mount one of these jobbies on my front bumper with a switch to activate or even when 1st is selected... Any electronic boffins out there that can assist..??? Neil tries to sell me one on of these cameras almost a daily basis but unless I know it will work as requested Neil will have to try something else... :-)
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