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Adding Rear camera Above Bed

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Can anyone clarify what other GM models’ mirrors are interchangeable with our trucks ? I see some in this thread have found Cadillac mirrors. There’s Escalade mirrors on eBay for $300. 17-20 model year. They look a bit different and different part numbers. 

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K it works. Zero programming needed plug and play. When I have time to compile everything I’ll do a whole write up. Get your parts on order.

I don’t think either of you read what I’ve typed. Here is what you need: Spoiler assembly with camera (black) 84515287 Mirror 13532977 Coax cable 84335461 You do NOT need to buy the PN I ACCIDENTA

Mirror came in, waiting on the camera, should be here Monday. Powers up perfect with the plug that’s glued inside the headliner. I’ll post a full install with PN needed next week.

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IDK if the Gen 1 mirrors work in our trucks, I know the 2019 CT6 uses the same mirror part number as our trucks.  Someone earlier in the thread used a 2019 XT4 mirror, he posted the part number.

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does any one know the part number for the actual camera inside the light? I did this install with a rear view mirror cam/bed view cam lense and did not look before i put it on. i have a high mount light but it is a bed view type cam and i want to put rear view mirror cam in it to sell.

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1 minute ago, Kyle's AT4 said:

Where did you get the mirror from?

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Ebay. There was a reseller that had take offs. Wasn't any cheaper than the gmparts websites but it works and I'm happy with it. 

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On 7/9/2020 at 3:30 PM, pewterliftedz said:

Can someone look up the coax cable for a escalade or tahoe, that one would be longer and eliminate the issue with having to order a new spoiler.

I’ve seen this one a few times. It says it fits model year 20’ Escalade and xt4. Fiat, do you think this would work ? Or is the housing with harness still the only way to go?


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On 7/20/2020 at 10:30 PM, Zach-91 said:

Installed mine today. Thanks for all the part numbers and install tips!




do you by chance know part number of the actual camera inside the high mount brake light?

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17 minutes ago, HoustonVol said:

Someone posted earlier in this thread that the camera is #84699124



I think that is high mount light part number. heres a pic of mine. i want to verify what cam is in the light.  I had a bed view cam in my mine 84676845 also same type they use in 360 view cams in 2020 models.  i am trying to figure out if rear view mirror cam has a different part number.


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On 11/18/2019 at 10:25 AM, Yoda2 said:


Was dropping the entire headliner a must?

Did you have to remove the seats?

I looked at an A1 You Tube video and it looked like a nightmare.


Some of you guys are a lot more courageous than I.

This is a brand new truck to me and I'm worried about damaging the headliner.



Can you post the video?

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