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Gen 4 Reversing Camera

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04 May 2019 15:34 #207290 by SmallBlue
Replied by SmallBlue on topic Gen 4 Reversing Camera
I agree with what you are saying, but if I encountered problems I’d remove the camera before approaching the dealership. The one they sell isn’t full of special voodoo magic parts it’s the same as most decent dash and but several hundred percent dearer. :-)

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04 May 2019 15:41 #207292 by SmallBlue
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Cc Baxter , it’s a principle thing I can afford a camera from stealership I purchased the car outright. Paying over the odds for something doesn’t sit right.

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23 Feb 2020 12:39 #218937 by Beaverhausen
Replied by Beaverhausen on topic Gen 4 Reversing Camera
Hi, sorry to chip in on an old thread.

I was hoping to fit one of those combined rearview mirror front and back dash cams.
I did it easily in my '06 Jimny, just splicing into the reversing light wire.
I had the back of my Gen4 Jimny today hoping to do the same, but just couldn't figure out the wiring, and wondering whether to take the entire light cluster backing off behind the reversing light and go for it.
Were the whole unit not absolutely caked in thick mud, I might have bothered. But I was hoping one of the two wiring blocks more easily accessible might have a wire I could splice into.

Has anyone done this successfully yet? Cheers!

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