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Old August 13th, 2016, 10:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Help with backup camera

I'm installing my backup camera into my 2007 eclipse GS. I need to know the best way to install it at the backend of my car. What color wires to splice it in at my reverse lights, Wich wire is positive and negative and how to run the wires from license plate to inside car. Help!
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Wire from the lights red with blue stripe is positive, black with blue stripe is negative. Next run a wire from reverse in on radio to red with blue stripe in the back. Everything will work. As soon as you put it in reverse the camera will pull up and go away when you take it out of reverse
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