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Old 05-26-2015, 12:03 PM   #1
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No Back up or mirror cameras

Lost camera connection in all outside cameras. Spent some time researching the problem. Heres, what I learned.....

Don't be fooled by RCA video input on the back of the Pioneer unit in the dash. That to me was the obvious place to plug the yellow video plug back in that came unplugged. On the back there is a Video in and Video out with two standard RCA red and white audio inputs above the video. Guess what....not the right video input for the camera. Fool me once...

The correct video in is the RCA input on the opposite side, bottom corner by itself. Below the composit audio inputs. It's a stand alone input for outside rear cameras.

I hope I have saved you some time.
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