backup camera installation in a Chrysler 300

Backup Camera Installation Gallery – Chrysler 300

Removing the panels from the vehicle so that we can run the wires

Pic 1: Here we have removed the panel and this is where we will run all of the wiring to the camera.

Removing the panels from the vehicle so that we can run the wires

Pic 2: Here is a better look at how things look when the panels are removed.

Removing the panels from the vehicle so that we can run the wires

Pic 3: Here is a close up of underneath the dash, here we connect the power to the system. We get power underneath the dash connecting to the main vehicle power.

Removing the panels from the vehicle so that we can run the wires

Pic 4: Close up of the factory wiring.

Removing the panels from the vehicle so that we can run the wires

Pic 5: Here we are drilling a small hole to run the vide cable and power cable to the License plate camera

Removing the panels from the vehicle so that we can run the wires

Pic 6: Here is the camera installed. This is a full frame camera for a great look.

Removing the panels from the vehicle so that we can run the wires

Pic 7: Here we have removed some of the pillar trim to run the cables to the rear-view mirror monitor.

Removing the panels from the vehicle so that we can run the wires

Pic 8: Here we have clamped rearview mirror monitor to the factory mirror (We used a clamp on mirror monitor)

Removing the panels from the vehicle so that we can run the wires

Pic 9: Better view of the relative size of the monitor.

Removing the panels from the vehicle so that we can run the wires

Pic 10: Here we have removed the rear seat and we run all the cabling through the thresholds

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