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Raxiom Factory GPS Rear Back-up Camera Kit (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Adds Back-up Camera to Factory Nav
    • View Any Time for Tow Monitoring
    • Plug and Play for Factory Radio
    • No Updates or Flashing Required
    • Includes Camera, Mount, Modular and Harness
    • For 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Models

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    Hey, guys. It's Sara from extremeterrain.com. And today, we have a review and install of the Raxiom Factory GPS Rear Back-up Camera Kit, fitting your '07 through '18 Jeep Wrangler JKs. This kit adds a back-up camera to your existing factory navigation system and can also be viewed at any time using the included switch. This kit includes a camera, the mount, as well as a wiring harness and does not require any updates or flashing to your Jeep. Coming in at around $400, there are some lower-priced options on the market. However, they do not come as a complete kit like this one does. So, if you're looking for a complete plug and play option, this is gonna be the choice for you. I'm giving this install a two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. It can be done in approximately one hour. Although, it may take a little bit longer, depending on how you route your wiring harness through your Jeep. It does feature plug and play installation, but it will require some minor wiring for install. All right, with that said, let's jump right into our install.For this install, we used impact drivers, a 21-millimeter socket, an adapter, a 7-millimeter socket, trim panel removal tools, needle nose pliers, wire stripper and crimper, a small hammer, a small flathead screwdriver, and a small flashlight. All right, so the first step in our install is that we need to remove this portion of the dash to expose our radio. Now to make it a little bit easier, we're gonna first pull the air vents so we can get a little bit better access. To do this, open up your vent and you're gonna turn it until you see a small opening, lined up with another opening on the inside there. It's right about here, right after the Jeep logo. So, once you locate the opening, get a small flathead screwdriver and go up over this tab that you see, press down on the tab. And that should allow you to turn this vent, and then grab it, and pull it out. So, once the opening that we're talking about before, once you can see it, put your flathead up and in, and press down on this tab. Turn the vent and pull it out. With our vents removed, we can now pop out this centerpiece. You can do this with a trim panel removal tool, but it makes it a lot easier to just get in through the holes in the vents. Pull this out enough to expose the two tabs on the side. Press down on the tab on the back of the connector and remove the window switch. Now, we've exposed one of the bolts holding in our dash. We're gonna use a 7-millimeter socket and remove it.Next up, we wanna remove this rubber insert in this top dish. Now, we've exposed the 7-millimeter bolt holding the top of the dash on and we can remove it with our 7-millimeter socket. Using a trim panel removal tool, pry back on the piece of plastic that goes right underneath your steering wheel so we can get to the last two bolts in the dash. Once you have both sides pried off, lean it down like this and remove it straight out. Using a 7-millimeter socket, remove the two bolts that we just exposed by taking the trim off underneath the steering wheel. Remove the final bolt holding in the dash on the other side of the steering wheel. With your steering wheel on the down position, you can now grab your dash and start to pull it back off from the rest of the pop clips. We're also gonna remove this panel below our radio here. This is optional, but we're gonna tap into the cigarette outlet for power and that's gonna be much easier with this panel off. It's just some metal clips holding this on, so pop them off with a trim removal tool and pull it straight out. Once all of your clips are released, it will lean forward just enough to start to unplug the four connectors from the back of it. Press down to release all of these connectors. This green connector has a tab right here. That one's a little easier if it's released with a flathead. And finally, our cigarette outlet.Now, we can remove the four bolts holding our radio in with a 7-millimeter socket. This point, we can grab the radio and pull it straight out to expose our connectors. At this point, we can hook up our wiring harnesses. There are two main ones that have to go into the back of the radio. The first one is here with these lowering extensions off of it and the gray connectors. Now, one of them is gonna go into the back of the radio where the factory harness connects and then the factory harness is gonna connect into the other end. This second wiring harness is gonna go into the open spot in the radio and then one of these AV outlets is gonna go to our camera. Remove the factory connector from the back of the radio. Grab the male connector from our harness with the gray connector, plug it in, and then plug your factory connector into the female end. Next up, grabbing the other harness with all of the AV connectors, connect the male end to the back of the radio. Next up, we're gonna hook up this small wiring harness. This one connects the camera to the radio and also gives it power. This lone yellow connector is going to go to the AV connector on the side of this wire harness. It's labeled camera. Make sure you're choosing the one that's hanging out by itself. At this point, tuck the other end of that harness down to the bottom so that we can start to wire it up. Grab the radio and we're just gonna temporarily tuck this back for now so we can make sure it's working and so it's out of the way.So, to get power and ground to our camera here, we're gonna tap into the cigarette outlet plug. You can definitely wire this up however you'd like, as long as you're getting power and ground here. We think this is an easy way to do it. We're gonna use vampire clips for this. You're welcome to solder or do another form of connection if you'd like. And on our Jeep, the power wire is blue with a red stripe. If for some reason your wiring is a different color, you may wanna just double-check with a test light that you are going to the power and ground. Getting your vampire clip over the wire. You may wanna grab some pliers here just to make sure this seat properly. Next up, our ground wire. Next up, we're gonna put our connectors on the end of our wires, starting with the ground wire. Make sure it's twisted nice and tight and place it into your connector. Grab your crimpers and crimp this side. Repeat that process for the power wire. Grab your ground wire and you're gonna hook it up to the ground wire with the vampire clip. Make sure you're going to the correct ones. Repeat that process with the power wire.Now that we hooked up power and ground to our back-up camera, we can hook up our pack module. Before we do that, we do wanna put the dip switch down. This is dip switch number 1. It's all the way to the inside here. Press it down to activate it. Make sure all the other ones stay up. With that done, connect the two smaller connectors to the back of it, the smallest one to the side, and the other one to the far side. You should have two blinking green lights at this point. At this point, we can connect our camera just to make sure it's working before we run our harness all the way to the back of the Jeep. Connect the long wiring harness to the one that we just wired up. Grab our keys and turn the ignition on. Now that the both flashing green lights have gone off on our module, we can start the Jeep. All right, let's put it in reverse and test it.So, for some reason, you fire up your Jeep, and your back-up camera is on all the time, and not just when you're in reverse, check this switch that they've included here. If it's in the back position like this, the camera is gonna be on all the time. And they've included this to be able to check function of your camera. The proper spot is the center position to make the camera only come on when you're in reverse. Now you can mount this somewhere if you'd like to be able to test your camera or you can just make sure that it's in this position, and tuck it away so it doesn't get bumped.Let's pull our radio out and tuck our wiring back properly. I think off to the side is a good spot for this module. But anywhere that's out of the way and not gonna be pinched is perfectly fine. Replace the four 7-millimeter bolts in the radio. Grab your 7-millimeter socket and tighten these down.All right, so to make it easier to route our cable to the back of the Jeep, we're gonna remove the glove box. Just pull it open, pinch each side, and remove it. All right, so, with our glove box removed, we can now pull the smaller wiring harness through and hook it up to the longer one that goes back to our camera. Reach behind the dash, pull the wires through to the opening where your glove box was. And we're gonna route the longer wiring harness that goes to the back of our camera up underneath. Hook these together. And now, we're gonna route it right along the inside here and right down the center console. Route your wiring harness under here and tuck it underneath your carpet. We're gonna go right underneath the carpet and through the crossmember that your seat is mounted to.We routed the wiring down the center console underneath the passenger seat where the other wiring goes. We're gonna run it down these kick panels and all the way to the back of our Jeep. Before we can do that, grab your trim panel removal tool and we're gonna remove the two pop clips holding in each of these panels. Remove these with a trim panel removal tool. Now, these are Christmas tree style, so you're probably going to break or lose these getting them out. With the pop clips out of the trim panels, we can lift them up a little bit and run the wiring down through them. Once you have it through this first piece here, we can now route it around the inside to the back of our Jeep. Once you've pulled the cable through the backside, we can now start to route it underneath the carpet. You wanna aim to put it next to this existing harness.So, we're running our cable right along the edge here underneath the carpet, exactly where the other wiring harness runs. Once you get back to this back corner, we're just gonna tuck it underneath the frame, right above the subwoofer if you have one. Basically, just securing it out of the way, however you see fit. Then we're just gonna attach it to this. You can zip tie if you'd like, but it's gonna run the same route. We just have to pop this panel off. So we're gonna go underneath this panel with a trim panel removal tool, and pop it up. And then pull it out.Next up, we're gonna remove this panel so that we can route our cable through and get it through the tailgate. Get behind this panel and pop the metal clips loose. There's also one on the bottom here and then tilt it, and remove it. Run your cable down the factory wiring harness and through this hole to the side. Then we're gonna pop the rubber grommet that's holding the harness that goes through our third brake light. Run your cable through the hole in your tailgate.At this point, we can remove our spare tire so we can mount our bracket. Grab your 21-millimeter socket and let's get our lug nuts off. All right, with our spare tire removed, we can now install our camera bracket, slide it over top of the top two studs. And now, we're gonna put our retaining plate on. So if you can't get this retainer to seat by hand, just grab a socket or something to push it on and a mallet, and you should be able to get this on. With our bracket in place, thread the cable on our camera through the hole. We're also gonna go right behind the factory tire carrier and follow the same path as the third brake light cables. Now, don't seat this yet, just let it hang out right about here because we're gonna double-check that the picture is in the proper orientation. Now you can connect the cable coming off the camera to this part that we ran through the Jeep. Make sure you line up the arrows on both sides of this connector.Let's turn on our Jeep so we can double-check the frame of the screen. So, there's a sticker on top of the camera that should indicate where it goes in the bracket. We're just double-checking on the screen, that the framing of our back-up camera is correct with that sticker. Once we like the framing, we can push the camera back into the bracket. To protect the glass while you're pushing the camera in, you can also use a towel in between your hand and the camera. With our camera in place, we can now run the cord through this hole in our tailgate. You may wanna secure this cord with zip ties to the existing cord for the third brake light bracket. Seat the grommet.All right, at this point, we can replace our spare tire. And we do wanna get it right on here with the camera right in between the spokes on the wheel. And you may want a friend for the step because it will take a little bit of finagling. With a few lug nuts in place, just double-check that your camera is still positioned correctly, right about in here, in between the spokes, and then you can tighten these down.We can open our tailgate and start to tuck away our wiring and replace our trim panels. We're just gonna tuck the excess wiring right in this panel here. You can throw a zip tie on it if you'd like, just as long as it's neatly tucked out of the way. And replace this trim piece. Replace this trim piece by getting these tabs into these holes up here like this and then pushing down. Replace any pop clips that you may have removed to access trim.Now we can reinstall the glove box. Make sure you line up the tabs on the bottom first. Once the tabs are lined up in the bottom, squeeze each side and shut it. Now we can reinstall all the pieces of our dash. Line up this panel and start plugging in your connectors. Line up all the tabs and push this piece back into place.This point, we can reinstall our main dash piece, get it over the steering wheel. Line up your clips and pop your dash into place. Replace the 7-millimeter screws that's holding your dash. Replace the tray up top. Replace the window switch. Replace the vents. Line up the tabs here. And then once it's in place, turn it so the Jeep logo is up. Replace the bolts on either side of the steering wheel. Line up the tabs on the bottom of this trim piece that goes underneath the steering wheel and then snap it back into place. All right, so that is gonna do it for the review and install of our back-up camera. Remember, for all things Jeep, keep it at extremeterrain.com.

    Easy Upgrade. Don't sacrifice precious time and money at the dealership when upgrading with a rearview camera. Instead invest in the Raxiom Factory GPS Rear Back-up Camera Kit. This rearview camera kit has everything you need to upgrade and includes a unique bypass module to work with your factory system instead of against it. Unlike other camera kits on the market you won't need to schedule an inconvenient appointment for additional flashing at your local dealership for use, simply plug and play to upgrade.

    Additional Benefits. This kit fully integrates with your factory unit allowing you to easily switch to the rear camera view for tow monitoring without putting your Wrangler in reverse for a reliable view of your surroundings both on the trail or the road. Additionally the included modular provides AV output connectors from the OE radio's DVD for playback on aftermarket accessories such as headrest monitors.

    Plug and Play. This kit is 100% plug and play for your JK Wrangler's OE GPS Unit and includes pre-terminated wiring harnesses for complete ease of installation. The included Bypass Modular won't be affected by future upgrades or changes to your factory settings and won't require updates for continual use down the road.

    Kit Contents. Designed for use with the factory spare tire carrier, this kit includes a ready to install spare tire camera mount, a back-up camera, the bypass modular for your factory navigation unit and all the necessary plug and play wiring harnesses for installation.

    Application. The Raxiom Factory GPS Rear Back-up Camera Kit is designed for use with factory GPS head units found in 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK and JK Unlimited models. Included spare tire mount for use with OE tire carrier.

    Please Note. This Back-Up Camera Kit is not compatible on Wrangler models equipped with the Recon Package.

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    What's in the Box
    • Reverse Camera Bypass Module
    • Reverse Camera
    • Spare Tire Camera Mount
    • Wiring Harnesses
    Installation Info
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    Will it fit my Wrangler?
    • JK Rubicon 2 Door - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
    • JK Rubicon 4 Door - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
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        Questions & Answers (62)

        5 Top Rated Questions

        i have a 2015 JKU Sport. it has the touch screen head unit, identical to the nav, bu ti dont have nav. i believe mine is the 430 model. will this camera work with it?

        • The Raxiom Factory GPS Rear Back-up Camera Kit is only compatible with the 430N GPS setup and will not work with the standard 430 touch screen stereo.

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        What is the issue with the Recon Edition? Is it simply the mounting bracket working with the factory Recon wheels? Or is there an electronic interface issue?? Thanks.

        • The Rubicon Recon wheels are the problem and are not compatible with the back up camera bracket included in the Raxiom Factory GPS Rear Back-up Camera Kit. If you have other aftermarket wheels the kit may work, pending the location of the spokes. You can also modify the bracket or install the camera somewhere else to use the kit.

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        Need some help where to start! I installed your product and the camera works great. Is there a way to calibrate the camera, the line distances are way off. And second, my wife’s phone was programmed to the system prior to installation but now her phone won’t play music and she can’t hear the other person on outgoing calls.

        • I apologize for the inconvenience, feel free to contact us here at Extreme Terrain to further assist with the issue you are having with this product.

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        There is a lot of panel removal required. DOes one need the plastic trim tools and if not what is used in their stead?

        • When installing the Raxiom Factory GPS Rear Back-up Camera Kit it is recommended to use trim tools, however if careful, you can use a flathead screwdriver wrapped in masking tape or blue painters tape, though it is possible to scratch the plastic with this. The Plastic trim removal tools will be the safest bet to avoid damage to your interior trim.

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        Is the flash/update permanent or reversible? Would like to install on a lease and want to remove (and flash to base) before returning.

        • When the Raxiom Factory GPS Rear Back-up Camera Kit is unpluged from the unit, the back up camera option will be removed. The kit does not requiring flashing for install, so everything can be removed when the time comes to return the Jeep if you wanted.

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        10 More Questions
        is there a way to turn off the guide lines?? 1 answer
        Does Raxiom offer a different camera mount? I have Fuel Rampage Rims the way the tire is currently situated there is not enough space for the camera to fit through the rim? Any suggestions? 1 answer
        I plugged the harness BCI-CH21-Aux into my radio.....Where does the other end go or is it not used? Next the gray harness do they plug into anything? Do they just plug into each other as it wouldn't go into the white one. I did disconnect the 2 yellow wires. I then plugged my camera from the back to it. Help me out I need some help don't want to damage this camera kit. Terrible instructions as far as I can tell. They need a video or a little more explaining what you need to plug in and not plug in. I want to hear it from someone that has theirs working. Anything special when you do try to fire it up? HELP!!!! 1 answer
        Does the Raxiom camera automatically activate when placing the vehicle in reverse? 1 answer
        Can this camera kit be used with an aftermarket head unit if the OEM unit is replaced? 1 answer
        Will this system operate with a standard shift transmission? 1 answer
        Is there a way to flip the orientation of the camera as a rear view “mirror” ? For some reason on the image looks backwards 1 answer
        Will this work with the stock 2015 Rubicon Hard Rock wheels? 1 answer
        Does this work with a standard jeep? 1 answer
        When your backing up and turning do the lines displayed on radio display turn too in the direction your backing up? Thanks 1 answer

          Customer Reviews (100+) Write a Review

          Overall Rating 4.3

          out of 5 stars

          • Fit 4.617188 4.6
          • Bang For Your Buck 4.335938 4.3



          • 4/5

            November 08, 2019

            works well, video skipped some steps

            I am a Mature women with a high mechanical aptitude and was able to install with only help with lifting the rear tire back in place. But I have no experience in wiring but through some trial and error I was able to get the wire correct. Some of the wiring connection instructions were missing, I guess assuming one has experience. Otherwise, it was a challenge, but I was able to complete. I left the switch out through the vent, and turn it on when I think someone is to close to my rear when waiting at stop lights. I do feel much more secure at backing up now.

            Robin1

            Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            September 22, 2019

            Works great!

            I had a local stereo store install this, but they had no problem and it works great! I can see behind when driving by simply pushing a button and the reverse camera appears when I reverse. This was worth every penny!

            RIP

            Year: 2018Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (1)

          • 4/5

            September 17, 2019

            Back Up Camera

            Camera works great! Instructions for harness could be a little more detailed as to hookup, not very intuitive, but a few trial and errors and got it working. Takes a few hours for install most of time is routing cable wiring.

            Oneshot

            Year: 2015Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            September 16, 2019

            Good quality - easy to install

            The camera works perfectly with my Jeep. It integrates exactly as advertised - and the customer referenced installation guide was spot on accurate. Recommend without reservation - watch a YouTube video and read the linked instructions. I spent 4 plus hours but was super careful.

            PeterK

            Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            July 08, 2019

            Fabulousupgrade to my JK

            What a difference it made to parking and backing up. The limited rear view on these vehicles is overcome with the Raxiom Camera. Easy install and integration with factory head unit. Plug and Play.

            JKRay

            Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (0)

          • 1/5

            July 07, 2019

            only works some of the time.

            I live in Canada and ordered this from ET. After installing it as per the instructions that came with it I waited the 10 minutes for it to set itself up with the radio. Then when I started the engine it worked great until I took it out of reverse and put it back in the second time. NO VIDEO. I call the manufacture and they tried to help me over the phone to no success. I then call ET and asked to set up a return of the product and was told that because I installed it I could not return it and to take it to a shop and have a professional install it. that would have cost me another two hundred dollars over the what I paid for shipping and the price of the product. So I am very disappointed with this product.

            LeoV

            Year: 2011Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 4/5

            June 11, 2019

            back up camera

            really like that it also allows you to over ride the navigation .

            RobertS

            Year: 2018Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (0)

          • 1/5

            June 10, 2019

            Not for all Jeep jk rubicons

            I have a manual shift jk rubicon. The backup camera comes on in reverse but stays on afterwards until I restart the Jeep to reboot the radio.

            OldJ33p

            Year: 2013Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 3/5

            June 06, 2019

            Hire a professional writer!

            I’m sure the camera is fine. What I have issue with was how much wasted time very specific parts of the instructions cost me. You have to try hard to write this poorly.

            NWMD

            Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (1)

          • 5/5

            May 08, 2019

            well worth, wife loves it.

            First when you open the box and look at its contents it looks intimidating. When you read the instructions there very vogue. YouTube videos are your friend. Does not tell you how to wire up to head unit let alone how to get to the head unit. The options on the hook up was really nice.

            Zim

            Year: 2013Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            May 01, 2019

            Success

            Unit works great. I had some install problems and the Technical support was lacking, however, the customer service made up for it. ET sent me another unit at no charge and I was able to troubleshoot my first unit. My problem was my own mistake and the unit worked great. My wife loves her new camera. Thanks ET!

            BSmith

            Year: 2015Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 4/5

            May 01, 2019

            Great camera

            The camera is very good, the instructions were poor and need more detail for lay folks like me. My reason for not giving 5 stars is that the device DOES require splicing. You have to splice the camera power to the 12V outlet power. There were no splicing connectors to assist, and I couldn't find the correct size ones so I just cut and taped it. The camera view is wide and you can turn it on while driving...this is NICE because you don't need side view mirrors with the doors off, using the camera to see cars in your blind spot.

            Kdmerchant

            Year: 2017Submodel: Rubicon

            Helpful (1)

          • 5/5

            April 23, 2019

            Great Camera

            Easy to install, clear image, and works with my factory head unit. Slightly higher up front cost than some others, but the easy install and not having to have my head unit flashed at the dealer makes it worth every penny.

            7JeepsDeep

            Year: 2012Submodel: Rubicon

            Helpful (0)

          • 1/5

            April 16, 2019

            camera failure

            After installing camera and all of the associated wiring harness with the BCI-CH21 interface and adjusting the camera angle etc., the camera worked great for about an hour and a half, then for some reason all video feed from the camera was lost. When I contacted Extreme Terrain I was told that I would need to remove all of the components included in the kit and return them for and adjustment, replacement or refund. A lot of time and effort to dismantle and re-assemble my vehicle twice or three times if I elect for a replacement kit to achieve adding a back-up camera!

            DrvIdaho

            Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 4/5

            April 03, 2019

            Not wide-angle

            Installation was straightforward using the user-provided instructions. The camera works well, but it isn’t as wide-angled as you may expect from a back-up camera. For the camera mounting bracket, I had to modify the holes for Rubicon Recon wheels, even on the stock spare holder.

            Miles

            Year: 2014Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (0)

          • 1/5

            March 28, 2019

            Axiom backup camera

            I could not get this unit to work after trying for hours. Called ET and they were great but pushed me off to Raxiom when they couldn't figure it out. Raxiom couldn't figure it out and then sent me another unit out. It too didn't work. Ended up sending both back and ordered a completely different unit and it work the first time.

            Raymond

            Year: 2019Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 5/5

            March 28, 2019

            Excelent

            Very easy to install, very nice fit, image clear day and night but I Added spot light as backup lamp upgrade. Instruction not as clear as it should be but if you are a handyman no problem to install. If not see a professionnal.

            CTEA

            Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            March 22, 2019

            Very Satisfied

            It was simple to install, looks and operates as if it was professionally installed, took about an hour, Very Happy.

            Wiseguy

            Year: 2015Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 4/5

            March 20, 2019

            Great backup view

            Took my time installing unit, had to make one call to Extreme Terrain support, could not figure out where the two wire harnesses needed to be installed. Total install took about 4 hours. Better instructions would be helpful, however the support person I talked with was very helpful.

            Puddleduckjr

            Year: 2017Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 4/5

            March 04, 2019

            Very Good !

            I like having a back up camera and this one does the job fine. The picture is clear. I installed it myself and didn’t have any problems. My only wish it included clearly written installation directions with photos. I instead had to go online and access a Youtube video instead. It all worked out and It operates like a factory installed unit. J Dillon

            JimD

            Year: 2018Submodel: Wrangler

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