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Peak Wireless Back-Up Camera Installation - 2003 Ford F-250- Video

Peak Wireless Back-Up Camera Installation - 2003 Ford F-250

Today on this 2003 Ford F250, were gonna install part number PK015737 from Peak. Now this is the wireless backup camera monitor. Our camera is gonna get mounted just like this. You can mount it flat onto the license plate but they also give you spacers which allows you to tilt it as well. Now, when we install it to the spacers, youll notice that this line is at an angle. You can use that to point the camera up or down. more


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2/23/2012 2:53:05 PM



Autopage Backup Sensor Installation - 2010 Chevrolet Equinox- Video

Autopage Backup Sensor Installation - 2010 Chevrolet Equinox

Today on this 2010 Chevrolet Equinox we are going to install part number BPS-4 from Auto Page. First we are going to take off the tail light. A lot of times it is not necessary but it gives us extra room to take off the bumper cover so we do not scratch anything up. Next we will take out the fasteners that are on the edge of the fender wells. Underneath the vehicle by the passenger side fender well we will take out this fastener and then we will take out another fastener underneath the bumper. Repeat the same thing back over on the driver side. First thing we want to do when we take off the bumper cover is this will pop out to the side. Work it back and forth so it comes loose. Get both sides loose and then you can go straight back with the bumper. Now that we have got our bumper on the work bench we have got a better idea where we need to place the sensors. 00:56 more


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8/25/2010 8:02:16 AM



Peak Performance Products Backup Camera Review- Video

Peak Performance Products Backup Camera Review

Today we are going to be installing the backup camera from Peak Performance Products, and it is model number PK015737. The first thing we are going to do is to find a suitable mounting point for the mounting bracket that holds the monitor. You can typically mount it to your windshield here, but you want to make sure you put it in a location where it is not going to interfere with your sight line while you are driving. I am actually going to put it down below here and from there we can just kind of mount the monitor onto the bracket, and that snaps into place. Go ahead and plug the power source into the camera. You can see there is a little port here right on the side that that will plug into. And then the other end has a standard 12 volt cigarette lighter plug. On this particular vehicle it has actually got two, a cigarette lighter and then we have a 12 volt power source. So we can go ahead and plug into there. I am going to go ahead and hide the wires a little bit, from the camera over to the power source. Okay, a suitable routing point for the wires would be down the threshold here, along the door frame. And I am going to just kind of hide the wires back up and behind there. Okay, with the wire pulled through over here, hidden beneath the dashboard over there, I am going to pull this panel portion away, and again that further hides the wire for me. Makes a cleaner appearance. Then we just want to go ahead and plug that into our 12 volt power source. more


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8/31/2009 6:54:11 PM



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