Installing a wireless camera on your vehicle might seem like a complicated process but trust us when we say that it couldn’t get simpler. If you are not very confident though, you can seek assistance from a qualified technician. That said, it is actually a straightforward process.
The good thing is that most camera kits come with their own instructions that are simple to follow.
The first step will require you to open your car’s bonnet and disconnect the negative (-) terminal. This will help prevent a fuse or shorting from happening.
Next, open the boot and access the tail light wiring. You only need one of the tail lights.
After this step, you will need to decide on the mounting location. While different cars will provide different options, for most people the license plate location is the best place.
You will need to remove the license plate. Only then will you be able to access the holes through which you can run the camera’s wiring. In instances where you cannot find these holes, simply find a good place on the bumper and drill through.
Having achieved this, connect the wire from the camera through the boot under the boot panels and access the tail light. Take the power wire and connect it to the reverse power wire of the tail light, the power and the signal wire to the camera. The next step now becomes connecting to a display.
The display may come inbuilt with the car but in cases where there is none, you will need to purchase one. Since in this case we will be using a wireless display, all you will need to do is connect the display to a power source.