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Re: 2010 Backup Camera Signal leads -or- Wiring Diagram

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I think that the cable coming out of the camera runs into the ceiling of the car.
The signal is carried by a grey coax cable. The signals are on the red and white wire.

Is there a difference wich one you splice into ?

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Re: 2010 Backup Camera Signal leads -or- Wiring Diagram

Hey all,
has this been answered anywhere yet? I installed an Alpine IXA-W404.. waiting on the GPS unit (but the HU has video inputs). I would like to keep the overhead display.. and tap into the wires to feed the alpine video. Can these wires be found somewhere else besides at the mirror and the roof? My ideal situation would be to tap into the feed someplace under the dash (either kick plate).
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Re: 2010 Backup Camera Signal leads -or- Wiring Diagram

I'll bump. I've looked but cant find.....So, piecing together a post with pictures of teh spare tire camera mount, the camera wire comes out of the rear door go up one of the rear pillars and down the roof? It's gotta pick up power somewhere too, right? Anyone found a good place to tap into the camera feed to get to an aftermarket in dash GPS
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Re: 2010 Backup Camera Signal leads -or- Wiring Diagram

Anyone figure this out yet? tapping into video and back up trigger anyplace besides the roof or mirror?
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Re: 2010 Backup Camera Signal leads -or- Wiring Diagram

Disconnecting this power connector on a 2010 with backup camera shuts it off. This might help:

How to disconnect headliner speakers in a 2010 Special Edition FJ?
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Re: 2010 Backup Camera Signal leads -or- Wiring Diagram

This has been answered on another thread on back up cameras. I did it to my 2010 in a couple minutes. I explained exactly which wires to tap at the mirror. I chose to keep my mirror display along with my HU display. Perfect.
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Re: 2010 Backup Camera Signal leads -or- Wiring Diagram

Im happy that it has been answered several times... but in quite a mixed fashion. We don't want to dig into the mirror or head liner. so we would like to pull the wires from the kick. Much easier if we know which ones. This link 2 posts above gives us that information....


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Re: 2010 Backup Camera Signal leads -or- Wiring Diagram

Well pardon me for letting others know.

Besides.. The mirror cap pops off exposing all the wires right there in front. 3 taps and down the pillar. Not worth digging all over.
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