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How to Install Insane Audio Universal Flush Mount Camera (87-18 Wrangler YJ, TJ, JK & JL) on your Jeep Wrangler

Installation Time

1 hours

Tools Required
  • Box cutter/Knife
  • 7mm Socket
  • 10mm Socket
  • Socket Wrench
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Note: This product requires the Insane Audio Head Unit or another comparable head unit with RCA outputs.

1. Carefully open the package using a box cutter or knife (Figure A) and ensure the hardware is included and undamaged.

2. Disconnect the negative (-) terminal of the battery using a 10mm socket wrench.

3. Remove the bolt on the top of the center of the dash using a 7mm socket wrench (Figure B)

4. Using a panel removal tool, dislodge the center switch panel, then remove the bolt behind the panel using a 7mm socket wrench (Figure C).

5. Starting just below the steering wheel, pry off the dash panel and remove the two bolts at the top corners using a 7mm socket wrench (Figure D).

6. Releasing the pressure clips, remove the entire upper dash panel.

7. Remove the four bolts on the face of the OEM head unit (Figure E). Disconnect each of the connectors and sit the OEM head unit to the side.

8. Connect the yellow wire to the "VIDEO IN" wire at the rear of the head unit (Figure F).

9. Connect the power wire's black stripped wire to a ground and the red to a 12v power source (Figure G).

10. Connect the power wire's black end to the red end of the camera wiring harness (Figure H).

11. Connect the other side of the yellow wire from the rear of the head unit to the yellow end of the camera wiring harness (Figure I).

12. Optional: Using the supplied hole saw, drill a hole for the camera unit to sit flush inside.

13. Mount the camera.

14. Reverse Steps 2-7 to reassemble the dash and reconnect the battery.

15. Start the engine and open the "AVIN" app to display the camera's imaging (Figure J).

Installation Instructions Written by ExtremeTerrain Customer J. Sandlin 02/21/2018.