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Peak PKC0RG Small Rearview Mirror with 3.5-Inch Backup Camera

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  • Built-in 3.5-inch monitor--no need to have an another dash-mounted monitor
  • New swivel camera with wide view angle and weatherproof housing
  • Standby with auto on mode when camera is on
  • Camera mounts to license plate and causes no interference with information on plate
  • Installs on any vehicle in minutes
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions13.9 x 10.7 x 4.1 inches
Item model numberPKC0RG
Manufacturer Part NumberPKC0RG
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #10,077 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 7, 2011
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Warranty, Parts: Parts
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Product Description

Rear View Mirror with 3.5" Backup Camera consists of an attachable rear view mirror with a built-in 3.5-inch monitor--no need to have another dash mounted monitor. Features include standby with auto on mode when camera is on, a new weatherproof camera housing, a new swivel camera with wide view angle, and a wireless transmitter. The camera mounts to the license plate and causes no interference with information on plate. Installs on any vehicle in minutes.


Peak, the brand you associate with quality car care products, introduces the new Wireless Back Up Camera with color 3.5-inch Rearview Mirror display. In this new model, Peak has expanded their popular line of back up cameras by integrating the monitor into your rearview mirror. Using a patented mirror tinting technology, the 3.5" color LCD display is invisible under normal conditions, but when the car is shifted into reverse a full color display of the rear of your vehicle appears. Reduce the possibility of damaging your car or injuring a pedestrian by using the Peak PKC0RG Rearview Mirror Back Up Camera system. It's the safer way to back-up.

A general illustration of the back up view seen through the PKC0RG - Rear View Mirror w/3.5 inch Backup Camera
Back up camera functionality integrated into your rear view mirror equals safety at home and on the road, as well as dashboard convenience.
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Easy Installation

The rearview mirror assembly installs easily over your existing rearview mirror with spring-loaded brackets. There are no tools required to install your new mirror and it will not damage your existing mirror. The camera and wireless transmitter are nearly as simple to install. Powered by your reverse tail lights, the back-up camera fits over your license plate and the transmitter is housed in your trunk. This portion of the assembly does require a few simple tools, but along with the included mounting hardware, it can be installed by most users in just minutes.

Perfect for

  • Families with children or pets and
  • Car, SUV and truck owners
  • Vans, RVs and camper owners
  • Semi-Truck Drivers
  • Towing Boats or trailers

90 Day Limited Warranty

Manufacturer warrants to the original consumer, or purchaser, that the Peak Back-up Camera System will be free from defects in material and workmanship for ninety (90) days from the date of sale to the original purchaser. Manufacturer hereby excludes and disclaims any and all other warranties, expressed or implied, beyond those warranties specified above. Manufacturer excludes any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.

About Peak

Peak is a subsidiary of Old World Industries. For over 50 years, Old World Industries has been a leader in the development and distribution of automotive products of the highest quality. Old World's insistence on quality and craftsmanship, and expertise in high technology and marketing, ensure that people around the world know Old World's products provide the highest level of protection. Old World Industries' commitment to quality is second to none. All Old World/Peak products go through rigorous testing at every level of production to ensure that they meet or exceed the performance requirements of every major car and truck manufacturer.

Customer Reviews

A mirror should reflect.
If you're looking for a good cheap camera for your vehicle, this one might work for you; it's working great for me.
Can't see the image on a bright sun lit day.
Charles Walker

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241 of 250 people found the following review helpful By Kirk on August 18, 2011
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I purchased this product for a 2006 Toyota Highlander.

What's included:
- Camera & video cord
- Transmitter & power cord
- Mirror with LCD
- 2 bolts, nuts and washers
- 4 wire splicers (nice!)
- 2 velcro straps for mounting the mirror
- 2 power cords for the mirror (1 cigarette lighter and one to be hard wired into the existing wiring, whichever install you choose)

The Good:
1. The install was relatively easy and the product comes with every part you need to install it successfully on the vehicle
2. The camera is good quality
3. The instructions are straight forward and easy to follow

The Bad:
1. The wireless LCD mirror is a good idea, but gets interference as you're driving through neighborhoods, so the screen turns on randomly to a blue screen
2. The mirror is HEAVY, so every bump you hit in the road has the potential to swivel the mirror down
3. The mirror is pretty dark (that's the patented tinting they describe in their product overview), which makes it difficult to see anything at night and even in the day time
4. They don't offer any wiring tips in their instructions, so it's up to you to figure out which wire is the 'reverse light wire'.

Overall, due to the wireless interference and mirror issues, I wouldn't be able to recommend this product and will probably be returning mine for a model that is wired and has a mirror without tinting.

If you do decide to purchase this product for a similar vehicle, here's some pointers:
- You may have to drill a 7/16" hole behind your license plate to feed the camera cord through. I tried to find a different location (license plate lights) to feed the wires through, but it would have ruined the weather stripping.
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53 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Thrifty User on September 8, 2011
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Initial worries I had before buying:-

1) Quality of video - turned out acceptable
2) Wireless interference - turned out acceptable
3) Installation - 1 hour and no drilling, cutting needed on my 2010 corolla
4) Quality of rear-view mirror - acceptable

Problems in usage now :-

1) On bright day, video brightness is very less. Definitely can't use sunglasses while backing up. Mostly can't use it in Sunny days
2) When there is alight source right behind you (street light or sun behind you) the display is all hazed-up and not usable.

Overall acceptable. Not returning.
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77 of 87 people found the following review helpful By minerphil on August 24, 2011
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Install comments: Awkward using lighter power plug for mirror since it hangs down so I direct wired to compass power feed and works fine. Little tricky clipping the light gauge wiring of the transmitter to the automotive wiring of the backup light.

Works well and signal clear. Great for spotting and aligning to trailer hitch. Only one incident of radio interference triggering mirror view. At work a wireless security camera triggers camera interference, but when transmitter powers the signal is stronger and backup camera clears up.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By ManOfManyInterests on February 27, 2012
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It took me roughly 45 minutes to install the camera and the mirror. I installed it in a Honda Ridgeline. I put the transmitter up inside the bed wall about 1 foot from the cab. While I can't say that it works perfect every time, it works well 90% of the time. I consider that a pretty good percentage rate given that half of world works on wireless devices like wireless routers and wireless cameras on buildings that cloud the same spectrum that this camera uses.

I have experienced some of the same problems that other have while driving but it is very easy to reach up and turn off the power to the mirror while driving. Again, many people have wireless routers and wireless cameras on buildings that will cause the mirror to flicker every occasionally while driving but the manufacturer is limited to what spectrum the FCC gives them to work with so I can't fault them for the overlap in wireless transmission and some interference. Truth be told the mirror does a pretty good job of sorting out the garbage interference.

This is a $75 unit folks. If you expect better results you should expect to have to pull a few more dead Presidents out of your wallet than what this unit costs. I think that it works well for what you pay for. It works pretty well in the dark given the camera is not night vision equipped, it works really well with any level of light, and the monitor in the mirror is plenty big to see what is behind you. If the monitor in the mirror is too small, you might consider a visit to Lenscrafters. I'm considering buying another unit for my other car. :)
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Scott B on March 3, 2012
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I installed this unit in a 2004 Subaru Forester for my wife. The mirror unit uses 4 clamps plus 2 Velcro straps to attach to the front of the factory mirror. The factory mirror does not droop with the additional weight of this mirror. There is a power connector at the top center of the mirror. You have a choice of 2 different power cords. One plugs into a standard 12v outlet. The other has leads to hard wire into the backup lighting circuit. I like the design of the mounting bracket that the camera is attached to. It allows you to remove the top 2 bolts from the rear license plate and slip the bracket behind the plate. The camera slips over the front of the plate and clicks into 4 or 5 different positions.

This paragraph is for anyone that might have this car. On the Subaru there is somewhat limited clearance between the camera and the hatch release. I bent the bracket down slightly and there is enough room to get your hand in and release the hatch. I was able to avoid drilling the 1/2 inch hole required to feed the wire inside. You need to remove the plastic trim inside the hatch and the plastic trim piece outside that has the Subaru letters across the back. The 2 lamps for the license plate feed through a molded rubber coupling to the inside. By unplugging the lighting connector and removing the wiring I was able to trim enough rubber away from the coupling to slip in the camera wire. The camera plugs into the wireless transmitter which I attached to the inside of the hatch using the supplied wire ties. The power wire to the wireless transmitter needs to be routed to one of the backup lamps. This took some doing as the wire had to be fished through the rubber accordion coupling from the hatch to the upper body of the car.
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