As long as the camera is actuated by a 12v Signal wire and the video input is a standard RCA. I have yet to see any other connection type used, so I'm 99% certain this will work just fine. My unit has a crisp clean picture and the grid is spot on. Remember to park near a wall at the min distance you want, then adjust the grid while the cam is on to get your spacing right. I aligned my red grid to the base of the wall. Keeps me 8" from obstacles.
All vehicles have rubber grommets on the firewall that other wires already pass through. All you need to do is run the wire under the vehicle and zip tie it to another cable (parking brake cable is good). Then pass through a grommet near the point you want. Just make sure you seal up around the grommet. I like to just poke a small hole in the grommet and stretch it enough to get the wire through. This way it seals up pretty good you just don't want water to be able to enter the vehicle. Hope this helps
The easiest thing I found to do was to cut the wire to the brake light (be sure to disconnect the battery) and to use a wire nut to tie them back together with the camera's power line inserted as well. I also used a little liquid rubber to then fill the wire nut to protect from the elements.
I have had it for a bit more than a year now. The camera works great still. However, it wasnt all that great in the winter in Northern NY. This is mostly due to the construction of the rear of my car. There is a nice shelf below the licence plate for the snow to pile up on. Anytime more than 6" fell, the camera would become immersed in snow. After removing the snow, the camera didnt have a good picture for 30 mins or so. The finish hasnt seemed to fade anywhere except where I snugged up on the bolts. If you never move the bolts, you wouldnt notice it.