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  • About papa737
    Ford Trucks
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    A.D. Pendergrass

    2009 F150 Lariat,Black/Black, Navigation,
    Snug Top, Bed Rug, Chrome package,


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  • Last Activity: 02-05-2014 02:46 PM
  • Join Date: 06-30-2004

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  1. 10-27-2009 07:37 PM
    Hey Pops,

    I did not get my rear camera working yet. Here is the reason why. I too installed the wiring harness, but the wires needed from THAT harness to the front of the vehicle are missing from the main wiring harness. So, what I have to do is run a shielded wire to the Navigation head(radio) for the video + and run another wire for the video -. My plan is to dissasseble the old wiring harness so I can get a few of the connector ends out of it. Then, I will put them in the main truck harness and attach the wires I need, to them. When I run those wires to the Nav head, I will put them in the plastic loom and then wire tie them to the original wiring harness. I have to check the truck to see if there is power to the connector for the 12v feed to the camera and ground. I plan on picking up my power from the backup light wire, so when the back up lights come on, the camera is activated. Once I get that all done, I will go to the dealer and have him flash the radio so the camera will work on the display.

    If you would like to talk to me by phone, my number is 262-620-1014. If I don't answer, leave me your number and I will call you as soon as I can. Thansk, Phil
  2. 10-25-2009 10:15 PM
    I tried to respond to your email about the F150 Camera but the email keeps getting kicked back . send me your email address.

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