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#1 aczr2k

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Posted 25 August 2010 - 07:34 AM

Looking for the backup light (reverse lights) wire in the cab/door sill to hook up the reverse wire to get a rear camera to come on automatically. Anyone know the best location to tie into it and what color wire is it? Thanks.

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#2 white07gmc

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Posted 25 August 2010 - 08:30 AM

Looking for the backup light (reverse lights) wire in the cab/door sill to hook up the reverse wire to get a rear camera to come on automatically. Anyone know the best location to tie into it and what color wire is it? Thanks.



I ran a power wire to my fuse box under the hood that has the fuse for me reverse lights. The reason I did this was when ever it would rain the damn thing would blow the fuse so I ran the cable to the fuse box and it works great. I couldn't find a wire in the cab anywhere.

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#3 aczr2k

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Posted 26 August 2010 - 10:10 AM

These newer trucks don't have the wiring harness in the door sill like the earlier ones did? I guess I'll have to pull it up and check. The fuse box would work also, usually I don't like jamming taps into the fuse holder. Thanks.

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