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I didn't have to remove the bumper or drill anything. All I had to remove was the trunk plastic on the right side and the head unit to run the wires. And also, there is a hole in the bumper in middle of the license plate area that lines up with a rubber grommet in the trunk, so you just have to cut a small hole in the grommet and run the wires right through
Sounds good. I don't see any reason not to do this, since I already have the output on my head unit


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That looks crazy bro its nice n clear! i wana get 1 but mount it in the front with a switch and have the vid output handy to record on my JVC HD Camcorder for some nice races =D
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That looks crazy bro its nice n clear! i wana get 1 but mount it in the front with a switch and have the vid output handy to record on my JVC HD Camcorder for some nice races =D
I was considering put one up there too, certainly a good idea. Do you know how to hook up the camera to record on your camcorder?
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Looks nice man.
I have one hooked up also, but I cant figure out what th color code is for the reverse signal. Could you let be know th wire color?

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I tapped into the reverse light wire that was, I believe, light green with a white stripe. It can be found in the trunk in the grommet going to the rear bumper.
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Thanks,
But now I am worried. I thought I tried that one. :(
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If you have trouble once you get back in there, you can send me a picture and I should recognize the one I tapped into
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ok cool.
Rear on the driver side, behind the styrofome? right?
I will double check today and let you know.

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It was actually in a harness about 6 inches from the middle of the trunk, to the passenger side, but it is probably the same one on each side...
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I got it.
I used the wires in the middle behind the panneling.
It was a light pastel green, like an easter green. had some light grey rings on it.

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