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Reverse Camera Install 350z

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Hi,

Just Put in a Pioneer DVD and want to hook up a reverse camera to it?

Has anyone done this before? Just wondering where I should power the camera? And which wire is the reverse to connect to the deck, what colour and where is it located in the car?

Appritiate anyones input on this

cheers

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i'm thinking of upgrading my headunit and doing the same

any links or guides to cameras/installing would be great!

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I am also in the same boat! If anyone has any guides or tips please let me know!

Thanks,

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ok i figured this out and installed one in my car

I wired the power and reverse signal to the wire that powers the reversing lights

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