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On 12/4/2022 at 11:56 AM, Randall Sizemore said:

I just purchased a 2020 Chevy Silverado RST and I want to add a front camera. How do I know if it can be added to my current system. 

Hi Randall

I searched this and then  asked this question. Short posts and trailer hitches sticking out are impossible to see.  OEM Cam is too complicated and expensive. Finally. I got one off Amazon at a decent price. Wolfbox G900 for under @200 US.

I installed it under the license plate holder. Drilled a hole to fit it. Barely noticeable. This Display clips over the rearview mirror and is very clear.  Cool thing about this is you can have a split screen with ground view and forward as it's a dash cam too. It also toggles up and down with a swipe of your finger. Easy to install. Just one wire through firewall to cam, from rear view mirror. Then power cable from Acc plug to display.  I was quoted $600 US to have it professionally installed. 

I can see the paint markings on the ground now, and have a dash cam recording in case we get cut off and ditch.

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5 minutes ago, Randall Sizemore said:

Do you have pics? 

Not yet, can post tomorrow maybe. Check out Cam on Amazon. I glued mine into place under front bumper, below license  plate. It is clear, touch screen, swipe to change views. It's meant to be a rear view Cam...but we have that already. I like hoe it pans up and down with a swipe of  your finger 

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On 12/6/2022 at 4:49 PM, Randall Sizemore said:

Do you have pics? 

Here are some pics, video won’t load 

it can zoom down to see something this close, or pan up with a swipe of your finger 

the drill is very low! 
pretty easy to install. Parts fit under the Onstar plastic housing at rear view mirror 










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