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BOYO VTL17LTJ - Concealed License Plate Backup Camera with Active Parking Lines and LED Lights (Black)

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BOYO VTL17LTJ - Concealed License Plate Backup Camera with Active Parking Lines and LED Lights (Black)

BOYO VTL17LTJ - Concealed License Plate Backup Camera with Active Parking Lines and LED Lights (Black)

$59.99 $69.99 saving $10.00

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BOYO VTL17LTJ - Concealed License Plate Backup Camera with Active Parking Lines and LED Lights (Black)

  • Concealed License Plate Mount Design
  • Mounts behind License Plate, only Camera is Visible
  • Integrated Bracket can be removed for Universal Mount
  • CMOS Image Sensor with 600 TV Lines (976×592)
  • 170° Wide Viewing Angle (D)
  • IP68 Waterproof Rating 
  • Camera Angle Adjustment (up or down)
  • Active Park Assist Lines - Dynamically curve as you steer & angle your vehicle
  • Parking Lines and Reverse Image Selectable
  • Built-in LED Lights for Excellent Night Vision
BOYO VTL17LTJ - Concealed License Plate Backup Camera with Active Parking Lines and LED Lights (Black)
Q. Where do I connect the red wire at the base of RCA jack? On Head-end side.
The red wire at the based of the RCA jack need to be connected to the reverse camera trigger input of the head unit (for Kenwood or Pioneer it is purple wire)
Q. Put car in reverse but my head unit is not showing rear view camera?
The red wire at the based of the RCA jack need to be connected to the reverse camera trigger input of the head unit (for Kenwood or Pioneer it is purple wire)
Q. Reverse camera works without LED light (green wire) connected to the reverse light (positive). Does not work when the LED light (green wire) is connected.
Check voltage of reverse light (positive wire) with or without the LED light wire connected. If there is voltage drop, you may require alternate (or relay switched) power.