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  1. Trailer Camera Package #84580657 (https://www.gmpartsdirect.com/oem-parts/gm-trailering-camera-package-84580657) I have a 2019 GMC Sierra SLT Premium X31, that has all the trailering camera packages, UVI - TRAILER CAMERA PACKAGE: LEFT & RIGHT SIDE MIRROR CAMERA, TRAILER VIEW CAMERA PROVISIONS, no front camera or rear view mirror camera. It has the 7pin with the two camera ports above it, one for the inside, one for the outside. I tried hooking up my trailer late last summer when I got the camera, and it didn’t work then, but then we had winter so I thought I’d wait since the trailer was all stowed. I had to hook my trailer up this weekend and thought I’d at least hook up the trailer view camera just to see how it operated, BEFORE going through mounting and installing it on my trailer. With the truck off, trailer hooked up, a 2018 R-Pod with 7pin, I plugged in the trailer view camera, then started the truck and selected my trailer. Nothing else popped up, toggling through the camera views, the one for the trailer view is just black. I have the correct camera and RPO code on my truck, but it doesn’t seem to detect the camera. Following all the instructions, I should see a picture, but don’t, just a black screen where the trailer camera should be. I also spent 6 hours at the local GMC dealer for them to troubleshoot it, they don’t have a clue, after all that time, even trying on another truck like mine, no luck. I told them that “I think”, from everything I read, you must have a 7 pin trailer hooked up for it to power that port, but they were not hooking up a trailer that whole time, but hey, they’re the dealer, they must know what they are doing, even though they didn’t know that trailer camera existed. I would say that it’s a defective camera, or a defective port on the truck. But either way, you would think the dealer would have a clue? they now want me to bring my truck in and leave it with them this week, of course “we don’t need the trailer” is what they told me. Any advice ? I’m about ready to take it to the Chevy dealer, who seems to have a much better grasp on this “new fangled technology” (dealer words from the service manager). This is the dealer tha5 told me to call OnStar to get the update for my Infotainment system Any advice?
  2. Anyone with a 2017+ knows the back up camera is a little bright at time especially if you like to drive with the gauges dimmed, then you reach over to dim it and nothing happens, this is especially irritating when backing a trailer and you have to use the mirrors. I had this issue on my 2017 and I'm quite certain this exist on ALL 2017-18 Silverados/GMCs/1500s/2500s etc. It has to do with a LAN network GM added, anyways last year I went and did the TSB 17-NA-269 and it did help some but I was still irritated I couldn't use my dimmer to turn it down to match the gauges like on the 2016 we have. So after some digging I found someone just as dedicated in the Colorado/Canyon crowd. All credit goes to (nmz787) on ColoradoFans.com for his hard work and testing. So you can either use some trim tools or just your hands, I'm comfortable grabbing and yanking on the factory plastics without worry, some people are not and the tools make it easier. First remove the radio surround (the part that holds the heated/cooled seat switches if applicable) this has 8 Clips I think 2 above the radio and 2 below the ac controls then one on each corner. You can use tools to go from the corners or you can reach near the upfitter switches (park assist/adj pedals/traction control,etc.) find a edge or lip and pull upward firmly and evenly, some can be a real PITA but possible. Then slowly work around each clip the more you get the easier it gets. Once the surround is removed unclip the heated seat switches if applicable then set the surround to the side. Now to the radio LCD Panel, it has 4 bolts and 2 clips in the middle holding it in. remove the 4 bolts and start with the middle of either side of the panel (left or right) an again firmly but evenly pull out on one side once one side is out you can pull out the other side with ease. Okay so now that the LCD panel is out you should see 2 plugs, one are the far right side(passenger side of screen) and one on the left (drivers side of screen) the left is a mini usb, the right is a 10 pin connector. Go ahead and unclip both, no special tools required. Now move onto the 10 Pin plug. this is the hardest part of the whole thing, take out the white pin retaining clip (nmz787 used tweezers, I used 2 picks) once that is removed, lift up the black tab holding the pin in and remove the #3 pin, it SHOULD be a grey and green wire. The connector will show a 1 and a 5 on one side of the connector, in between that is the #3 pin. Remove it and tape it up good and re-insert the white pin retaining clip and plug both connectors back in. That's it, Now time for reassembly. I'm not sure of the voltage inside of that LAN wire so make sure it's taped up and secured just for safe measure. (I taped the terminal and then taped it back against the harness out of the way.) (I don't recommend cutting it out just incase you need to return it to factory for whatever reason.) Once that's secure place the LCD panel back in the clip slots and re-install the 4 bolts. Once those are secured replace the surround by first plugging in the seat switches if applicable then clipping the surround back in, then bam you're done and SHOULD have a fully dimmable reverse camera that follows the dimmer wheel. I hope I explained this well enough for anyone to do. This is extremely easy for anyone to do the hardest part is pulling the those clips out and the white retaining pin. I know this is ridiculous to some and shouldn't have to be done on a 60K truck but it's the world we live in. I also don't know if GM has any updated modules or cameras in 2019 that do this same job for the 17-18 trucks so if you are uncomfortable doing this please check that first but I am very happy with the outcome with my 2017 nothing oddball yet and everything still functions as normal with the wonderful function of a real dimmer not the band aid TSB. I hope this helps others as much as it helped me, after all that's what these forums are for. Good luck to everyone and like always this forum and any forums, it's members, me and "nmz787" are not responsible for any damage that you might do. I've attached the original post on the other forum (I hope that's okay, I don't want to endorse another forum or take credit for someone else's work, I just want to help others as this is a rather irritating issue for a lot of 2017+ owners) Also some pictures showing the "nighttime screens" and full dim https://www.coloradofans.com/forums/201-2nd-gen-electronics-audio-lighting/403329-fixing-2018-reverse-camera-display-too-bright-non-functional-dimmer.html
  3. I have a 2015 Sierra 2500. I pulled the plug off the wiring that goes to the camera. Does anyone have a diagram on what color wire goes to which pin? It is a 33472-0606 plug. It has 6 pins. The wire colors are as follows: 2 - blacks 1 - red 1 - yellow 1- brown 1 - white Thanks for your help!
  4. My 2016 Equinox has a backup camera that is un reliable. It beeps at random times but usually when the vehicle is between 5 feet and 2 feet away from an obstacle and it is nearly impossible to tell how far away the vehicle is from the obstacle. In comparison to my wife's Honda Accord 2014, the picture is much less quality than the Accord and her car gives a very good picture of just how far from an obstacle the car is. So, I wonder is there a good replacement for the setup in my 2016 Equinox?
  5. The guide lines on the screen that show you where you are going when you turn the wheel when I back up used to be there and now all of a sudden they aren’t. It’s just the view from the camera only. I don’t think I changed anything and I can’t figure out how to get them back. Help!!!
  6. New memeber here, I have a 2015 suburban LTZ and my backup camera stopped working. It just says service rear vison system. I have checked the fuses and everything is good but no picture. The guidelines show up and the parking sensors still work.
  7. HI, I have purchased 2017 Chevy Silverado 1500 in September of last year, everything seem to be fine until yesterday. while standing at the light with the break pressed, the rear camera picture appeared on the display. it does not have the the guide lines, just the picture, every time I press the break the camera comes on. When i come to the stop and take my time to put in reverse, the picture stays without the guidelines even though it is in reverse. If i Put in reverse quickly, the camera comes on as it should with the guide lines. I have switched bulbs to LED bulbs with resistors for breaks and reverse no resistors as they do not blink, but it was back in September without any issues so far until now. not sure if that can cause the malfunction or not, but i would think that LEDs have nothing to do with the camera. I'm assuming that water got somewhere and its shorting out/powering up camera. its cold here so I did not get the chance to look at it yet. if anyone can point me to where the camera gets the signal from i can probably figure it out before i go back to the dealer to get that fixed. Notice below what gear the truck is in including "R" no guide lines.. thanks a lot..
  8. Hi all, I have read through all relevant posts, checked my circuits 6972 and 6973, fuse F31 DL, replaced the camera twice, inspected ground G325, inspected rear jucntion block X63. all to no avail... my camera still displays black screen on backup. I know that TSB 374018 describes the condition I am experiencing, but I just wanted to know... some people who have described the same issue, and have had it fixed by the dealership; with the dealership explaining that the issue was created by a short. does anyone have any information on where the short most commonly occurs???? just asking because i may order an upgraded, vin programmed HMI module and don't want to buy it and then still not have the camera working. Thanks all for any information that may help me. NTG,
  9. I have a 2016 gmc sierra without a back up camera. My rpo says IOB . I have read you cant upgrade to a back up camera with out changing modules. I went on gmparts direct and looked up cameras and it has all the rpo codes i have but uvc. Is it possible to just change handles and plug in the connections (plug and play) or would i need a whole new module?
  10. Short story long but this is my first post and need help..... I just bought a 2015 2500HD w/ goose-neck in the bed. My truck is equipped with the backup camera on the tailgate. I am wanting the camera that integrates into the 3rd brake light that shows the goose-neck hitch while you back up. I know it can be done because my mother-in-laws Dodge mega-cab has it integrated into her backup camera and she also has the option to switch between which camera she wants to see from. I really don't want to hear that its only available on Dodge trucks, and would really prefer not to mount one of those wireless ones in the back window and another screen because it looks trashy. If anyone can help with info on this it would be greatly appreciated. If no one can help out I will try to take picture of my mother-in-laws setup to show what it does and looks like. Thanks Brad
  11. Hey all! So, as y’all know I have a 2014 Silverado. I installed LED reverse and cargo bulbs a couple months ago but I noticed there’s interference, and I don’t know what to do to fix it. Calling all electricians out there that know what I could do to fix this. Open for any responses, suggestions, and solutions. Thanks, y’all!
  12. I'd like to get some information on adding a backup camera to my pickup. I have a 2009 Silverado 1500 LTZ with the Onstar/auto dimming mirror. I've seen some older after market models that have the camera in the tailgate handle bezel and the screen in the mirror. I'd like to get some first hand knowledge from anybody who has experience with these devices such as what models to look for, ease of installation/wiring and if there are any concerns one needs to keep in mind while shopping/installing. I don't use the Onstar system but I'd like to keep all of the functionality associated with the existing mirror. Thanks for any help!!
  13. Trying to install a backup camera into my vehicle (2006 GMC Sierra 2500HD Diesel LLY). I've found a lot of info for post-2006 vehicles in the internet, but 2006 and prior is difficult to find. I'm taking the power off my trailer harness at the rear ... But where can I grab reverse power inside the cab to trigger the video feed? I've looked at the in-cab fuse boxes, and all the diagrams for the M-BEC. But I can't see anything that is listed specifically for the reverse lamps. Lot of other connectors underneath the dash, but I'm not sure what signals they control. I'd prefer not to have to run a wire from the ECM. My backup plan is to run a hot wire and throw in a manual switch. Thanx ...
  14. Hello, I'm usually good with searching for the info I need but I'm having trouble with this. My Dad has a 2015 Sierra 2500 without a backup camera. So, for Fathers Day, I got him a license plate bracket camera and a replacement rear view mirror with screen. Can someone help me figure out which wire is the reverse wire to tap into to activate the screen? I know there's one in the brown plug from the ECM but I've found conflicting info on what color is the wire I need, or is there a better place to tap in? I appreciate any help!
  15. Do you have a 2010-2015 GM Truck with factory tailgate camera but have removed the tailgate in place of a camper, salt spreader, utility box, or something else? This kit is designed to allow you to keep your camera feature by connecting our commercial grade camera directly to the factory wiring harness! The kit comes complete with a heavy duty CCD camera that can be mounted anywhere, cable length options from 16'-64', and has a connector that will simply connect directly to your factory camera connector behind the rear bumper! This camera kit is available for the following models: 2010-2014 GM Heavy Duty trucks, part number CS-10GMTRSK: https://camera-source.com/products/gm-oe-fit/2010-2013-gm-truck-salt-spreadercamper-camera-kit?utm_source=GM-Trucks&utm_medium=forum&utm_campaign=camper-camera 2014-2015 GM IntelliLink equipped trucks part number CS-14GMTRSK*: https://camera-source.com/products/gm-oe-fit/gm-truck-salt-spreadercamper-camera-kit-intellilink?utm_source=GM-Trucks&utm_medium=forum&utm_campaign=camper-camera *On 2014 IntellilLink systems you must verify if you have a yellow wire in your current camera connector before ordering See our website for more information by clicking the links above! Don't hesitate to ask questions as we are always willing to help! Regards, camera-source.com 888-844-9763
  16. Looking for an Edge tuner and backup camera for your GM truck? Camera-source.com now offers a bundled package that includes our popular OE fit GM tailgate camera (CS-GMTR) bundled with the Edge CTS Evolution tuner of your choice (diesel or gas). This package allows you to save some cash while not shortcutting on quality! You can check out our Edge CTS Evolution and camera package here: https://camera-source.com/products/gm-oe-fit/chevy-silverado-gmc-sierra-2007-2013-backup-camera-edge-evolution-cts-tuner See all our GM truck camera options here: https://camera-source.com/products/automotive/gm Or take a look at the Edge CTS lineup here (more will be posted soon as we are now an authorized Edge dealer): https://camera-source.com/products/accessories/tuners We can bundle the tuner or Insight monitor with any of our camera kits so please ask if you are looking for something specific! Thanks for looking! camera-source.com 414-939-5226
  17. Hey hey, so my birthday's coming around and I think Im gonna ask for a backup cam to throw on the 08 DCLB TRD. I looked into this a little earlier and found some dude selling 2012 oem cam's in the handle with the rear view mirror for about $350 or so. I was looking it up and accidentally found this: http://camera-source.com/products/to...mera-2005-2012 That's a high quality camera, in a handle, with a key lock. Looks to me like a Backup cam and Pop-n-lock all in one! Which I was feeling bad for wanting a backup cam because then I thought i wouldn't be able to get a pop n lock. 2 questions, anybody got a second opinion on this for me? and also should i get it with parking guidelines or nay?
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