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On mine i have the 6 pin connector

Red 12v +

Yellow video + (inside of rca)

White reverse +

Brown shield

Black (middle) rca - (rca outside )

Black ground


To make camera stay on cut white wire going to camera and splice it to the red. Out of connector tape off white wire. On my pioneer radio this allows me to see camera while not in reverse


I replaced the factory camera with a better one using a spare molex connector.

Wired the new camera to 12v and ground. Then took the yellow and spliced it to the rca i made. Other end of rca i connected to brown and black that would be rca-.


I just ordered another camera that is 800tvl, the one i originally ordered wont work in handle but here is the pics of the 2 cameras.

1st one is stock, no lines cause my radio doesn't supply it

2nd 1 is new camera with built in lines.


Sorry for the glare.



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New camera, its 800tvl. Wired up for constant on. Fabbed the bracket for stock location20210106_073950.jpg20210106_073952.jpg20210106_074610.jpg20210107_083559.jpg20210107_083606.jpg

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