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    wiring reverse camera

    Hi all where do you pick up a reverse sensor wire ? found the blinker fluid . but still looking for a reverse sensor for the reverse camera . GU series 11

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    This is a pic of my recently removed dash. It was a long time ago but Iím pretty sure I got the reverse signal from the yellow wire coming from the middle blue relay on the left.
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    If the camera is at the back and needs power which then feeds the camera and the screen then take it straight off the reverse globe at the rear. Relay if you are concerned. Take the opportunity while.you are there to relay in a camp light/reverse light too.

    You have to run a wore to the front from cam to screen anyway so take it from the back.
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    Here's how I wired up my reverse camera, taking the feed to trigger the head unit from the same yellow wire in the passenger footwell that @jff45 mentions.
    http://www.nissanpatrol.com.au/forum...d.php?p=796233

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    Agree ^^^^

    Yellow wire on passenger side loom is easiest if picking up the trigger from the front of the vehicle.
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