|Item Weight||1.05 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||8.2 x 6.4 x 4.6 inches|
|Item model number||CAMRYCAMKIT|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CAMRYCAMKIT|
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Toyota Camry SE and XLE Integrated Factory Backup Camera Kit (2012-up) with Entune Radio
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This is the latest innovation that comes from the engineers at Mito Company! This kit is designed for your 2012 and 2013 Toyota Camry SE or XLE with the 6.1" factory screen. The wiring harness plugs into a connector that is already under the dash of your Toyota. Run the wires to the trunk of the vehicle where you will drill a hole. All of this is shown in detailed color photograph installation sheet that comes with your kit. Installation should take about 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on your skill level. The 1/4" Hi definition color camera is a compact and discreet unit that has a low light capability of 0.2 LUX. The viewing angle of 170 degrees gives a great view of the area behind your vehicle. THIS KIT DOES NOT INCLUDE THE ENTUNE RADIO.
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It is not 100% plug and play. Five pieces include in the kit.
1- One wire to connect between Original touch screen and back to the trunk. This is plug and play to the screen. Instruction is very helpful. Follow the instruction very carefully. This cable is barely long enough to reach the trunk. I wish this cable has about 6 inches longer.
2- Second wire is to connect between camera and the one come from the screen. This need to connect two small wires securely. I soldered and tape it. This also should come with a plastic plug to snag in.
3. Video cable with male to male connection. Totally useless. Even if you need to extend the video signal, this won't work. You will need adapter to contact male to female. I don't need to use it at all.
4. Camera. You will need to remove the license plate light cover plastic and need to drill a hole. (use the provided hole saw). Instruction doesn't say to remove the reverse light, but that make a lot easier to remove the plastic cover. And need to drill a small hole on the trunk to run the camera wire. I am not very happy to do that to my new car. But no choice. I use nail polish to prevent rusting started from that hole. I hope this will work. The kid include a double tape that will stick the camera and plastic trim firmly. Camera base also has metal clip which will hold the camera in place. Without the double tape, I am afraid the camera might turn.
5. The 20mm hole saw. You will need to smooth the plastic surface after drill. Please careful not to scratch the paint.
This camera doesn't need to wire to Reverse Light. This task take more than 30 min for me. Taking out the trim from trunk, drill two holes, put back everything in place take about that time. You will not be able to do it with regular tool box.
Instruction is pretty good. But not very detail about wiring all the way to the trunk. Not very clear about how to remove the license light trim without damage.
For me, this take about more than 1 hour to install it. Running the wire from the build-in screen to the trunk alone take about 30 minutes. My in-law runs a auto garage and I had to go there to install it. You will need deep box spanner to remove the 6 nuts which hole the plastic trim. Special tools to pull out that trim from the trunk, because it is hold by 3 plastic clips.
Camera image is clear. Guide line are build in with the camera. Work great for day and night. Professional installation is not required. You have to be a little handy though.
Over all, I am satisfy with this product. I would give five star if there is a plug and play harness for two small black and red wires.
The radio had to be removed completely in order to run the wire clear. The bottom of the dashboard had to be detached, everything on the right bottom had to open in order to run the wire. The trunk had to be disassembled in order to drill two holes. Everything after that goes back. about 12-14 inches of wire left in my situation and I had to cut 12 other inches of the black and red wire, and yes, they have to be soldered together. I didn't use the video cable at all. It is useless because it is male-male and has to be male-female.
There are a lot of videos on youtube. Please, check them first. Watch a few. I didn't find one describing running the wires but it is not a rocket science to figure it out. Don't waste time with the instructions coming in the package. Completely useless.
If it was really 30 minutes and really was coming with useful instructions and at least was describing where to find the connector where to plug the cable in... I was going to give it five stars.
My dealership wants $800 for non OEM camera, so I installed that myself and it costs me $185 (had some small credit with amazon). If you don't feel confident, don't do it yourself but get a friend around who is handy.
Test the camera just plugging it in the plug and connecting the wires before you start disassembling the car, to make sure you didn't get a broken one.
You don't have to drill through the trunk lid when routing the wires. Remove one of the lights of the license plate closest of the run. You still drill through the piece that actually where the camera is installed.