It is fairly easy to install a backup camera to a car, truck, or RV. First you will need the correct size wire and connectors. The most important tool you will need is a crimper to cut wire, crimp connectors and strip wires of insulation. There are many different ways to install rear view cameras based on many various manufacturers, the vehicle it will be installed on and the mounting option you choose. Rather than attempting to describe dozens of variations, we will show you videos of the general ways they can be installed.
As you can see from this small selection of various ways and methods, we have only scratched the surface. Another approach would be to visit rear view camera installation at YOU TUBE and view the video that corresponds to the type of camera you are trying to install on your particular vehicle.
If none of this is to your satisfaction and you choose not to do it yourself, having it professionally installed is another option. We have an installation service, The Service InstallerNet, that provides this service though over 3,000 certified professional retailers serving the entire United States. They will match a provider nearest you and guarantee the work as long as you continue to own the vehicle.
We hope this rear view camera buying guide provides critical information to aid you in your buying decision. Without knowledge of some of the features discussed in this rear view camera buying guide, mistakes could occur which may lead to unfortunate decisions. So happy shopping and do further research on our website.