|10-20-2014 11:43 AM|
|MarkMN||Thanks to everyone for all of the pictures, videos, and information. Anyone with $45 and a spare afternoon can tackle this project with great results.|
|10-11-2014 03:10 PM|
|Moab4me||Thanks for the great write-up Stew. Your pics really helped. Especially the dashboard removal. I just finished installing my rear view camera using a MyGig V5 Lockpick. I only installed the backup camera, but I ran another set of cables to the back for a camera to be mounted under the jeep for use on the trails.|
|10-03-2014 02:52 PM|
|10-03-2014 12:16 PM|
I also have the Gino, and I really like it.
One note, the Gino is not infrared, so the night vision is a touch grainy, but works well. In daylight, the picture is outstanding, and you can't beat the price.
Gino camera, Lockpick V.5, 430 rbz pulled out of a 2010 Caravan.
|10-03-2014 12:01 PM|
For the rear power I used these handy taps if this helps
|10-03-2014 12:01 PM|
|10-03-2014 11:14 AM|
What a great write up! It's given me some good tips.
BUT when I removed my rear light on the right side I didn't see the nice tidy connection you have ...
|09-21-2014 03:42 PM|
|09-21-2014 11:00 AM|
What exact components did you use to install your backup camera? I see your homemade bracket, the camera wire and how you fished it through the rear tailgate.. what did you do from that point? I read this entire thread and I got lost with what wiring harness you used to connect to the 730. I see you sold one harness.
You have a clean setup.. I have the same hole and grommet in the tailgate on my 2013.
What are the results? Split screen work? What Kenwood camera did you use?
|09-21-2014 06:47 AM|
The thing I like the most about this mod is that aftermarket backup camera kits are selling for $400 - $650 and for $75 bucks and a little time you can do this yourself.
Thanks again for all the help.
|09-20-2014 09:43 AM|
This group is great!
With the quick responses and showing service via my phone, it's done.
|09-20-2014 08:48 AM|
Thanks! I'm also downloading PDFs and showing this info all provided. They 'seem' to now have a clue.
The thing is when I made the appointment they seem to know exactly what I wanted and what to do, they even quoted me $40
But the tech had no idea what I was talking about
|09-20-2014 08:32 AM|
Here I found the directions tell the dealer to read this I had do the same.
PARK VIEW REAR BACK-UP CAMERA VEHICLE CONFIGURATION
Vehicle VIN must be updated with the sales code of the added accessory in order to enable system functionality. Using
the DealerCONNECT website and the StarSCAN diagonstic tool, complete the procedure below:
1. Log on to https://dealerconnect.chrysler.com
2. In the “Vehicle Option” screen under the “Global Claims System” category in the “Service” tab, enter the vehicle VIN
and add the sales code XAC (Park View Rear Back-Up Camera) as a “Dealer Installed Option”.
3. Conﬁrm that the new sales code has been successfully added to the VIN.
With the StarSCAN diagnostic tool connected to both the internet (via Ethernet port or wireless connection) and the
vehicle, follow the steps below:
4. Using the StarScan select the VEHICLE PREPARATION and then select RESTORE VEHICLE CONFIGURATION.
5. Follow the step by step instructions on the StarSCAN to complete the Park View Rear Back-Up Camera vehicle
6. When the Park View Rear Back-Up Camera Vehicle Conﬁguration is complete, go to the Validation Process to
verify that the vehicle has been updated.
From the “Initial Start Up” screen on the StarSCAN follow the steps below:
1. Using the StarSCAN follow the menu to ECU VIEW, select TIPMCGW CENTRAL GATEWAY, MORE OPTIONS,
ECU DETAILS and then CONFIG INFO
2. Verify REAR CAMERA PRESET- - - -SET is present.
|09-20-2014 08:26 AM|
|chargermop||Yes they have to go into Chrysler's computer system and add dealer installed backup camera to your vehicle then they have to connect your vehicle to the I can't remember the name it's the new version of the star scan and update the Jeep.|
|09-20-2014 08:10 AM|
|wrix||Flash to xac for main bus. They don't flash the radio, they flash the jeep computer.|
|09-20-2014 08:05 AM|
At dealer they seemed confused as to what to do as far as flashing radio for rear view camera
Any key words to help them out?
|09-20-2014 06:39 AM|
|dmako||Getting my 430n flashed in a few hours, hope my wiring worked.|
|09-19-2014 10:29 PM|
|ikanspelwel||The park assist lines are from the camera and not a function of the 730n radio.|
|09-19-2014 09:52 PM|
|wrix||Agreed. Looks like the 730 has the solid horizontal red green and yellow lines and the 430 has broken lines in the view.|
|09-19-2014 05:55 PM|
Here is a shot of mine with stock reverse lights using this camera: Amazon.com : Gino 1/4" CCD Flush Mount Waterproof Truck Car Reverse Backup Rear View Camera : Vehicle Backup Cameras : Car Electronics
It's my opinion the stock lights and this camera work great together.
|09-16-2014 01:37 AM|
|09-15-2014 07:23 PM|
I finished my backup camera install over the weekend.
I used a $18 camera from Amazon and a $15 TFT monitor from Amazon.
The monitor has 2 inputs, so I can add a front cam in the near future. Plus $15 is far less than the $110 my dealer wanted to flash my HU!
Camera mounted on underside of taillight, tapped reverse power just inside there as well.
Cheap screen, may move it to right side of steering wheel near that mystery vent thing. Grabbed reverse only power near driver's seat before the line goes under the seat and merges into the larger mess of wires. Will tap the 12v in dash if I want full time key on power.
All in all, easy and worth it. I don't have any blind spots in reverse now, which is great with all the kids in my 'hood.
|09-15-2014 10:00 AM|
|09-15-2014 09:50 AM|
|09-15-2014 09:15 AM|
I'm using the same camera as XJ-Boonie. It works great imho. I'll admit tjat at night if there's a head light shining directly into it, it can get a little hard to see things around it. But for ambient light at night it works well and I have no complaints.
|09-15-2014 08:55 AM|
That's the camera I have (direct link to Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1)
The picture is good at night, but obviously it depends on the surrounding lights. I upgraded my reverse lights with LEDs and they're really bright, so that obviously helps.
Overall, it's a great camera. One of the main reasons I bought it is because it has a 170 degrees view. Sometimes I ride with a bike rack and wanted to be able to see 'around' it and not just directly behind me.
|09-15-2014 08:11 AM|
|09-15-2014 08:05 AM|
|xj-boonie||I got this camera and harness and it works on my 2012 manual with the 730n radio.|
|09-15-2014 08:02 AM|
My dealer graciously did the reflash prior to delivery without a charge.
|09-13-2014 05:18 PM|
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