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    I'm going to guess it's probably a pic taken before the installation was finished up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dracconus View Post
    I want to know what that little red *button?* is on the back hatch...I haven't noticed anything like that on mine
    In Thailand the GLS LTD. has rear proximity detectors and that is 1 of 2 on the rear bumper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlon View Post
    Thanks for the info on the camera. However, maybe I missed it, but how did you get the camera wire from inside to outside the car. Did you just put it through the hatch door and let the door close on it or did you have a drill hole with a separate path?
    Sorry for late response.
    Where the light for the number plate is.
    Take away the plastic inside behind the number plate, then you see it.
    Some day maybe it look like this, if my son get what he want :-)

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    *bump

    does this only apply to earlier version of mirage? my 2015 had something like a female RCA port cable found at the back of the headunit and has a label CAMERA but not sure if its for the reverse cam.

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    Then you lucky! it is the reverse camera connector, then you maybe have the power there to :-)
    Some day maybe it look like this, if my son get what he want :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hellstens View Post
    Then you lucky! it is the reverse camera connector, then you maybe have the power there to :-)
    i havent noticed if theres a power to plug the wire since the camera cable is still wrap with electrical wire and foam oem.

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    Looks to me the main harness is there but there is no camera harness wire it to the trunk. I open my hatch and didn't see any OEM camera plug. I went to junk yard and got the OEM camera but now I have to find the harness to plug into.

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    Hi, I'm sorry that I'm late. I'm noob here. How do you open the back panel like that? Is there any hidden bolts or do you just pry it open ?

    The instruction doesn't explain how to open this back panel

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    hi, here's the claw & clip positions.
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    Thank you for the schema @FreeYourSoul!
    Hope this will help someone or help me to remember if in the future I need to do the same thing.

    What you'll need:
    1. Any Head Unit or monitor which support REAR CAMERA INPUT ( Mine's JOYING JY-UL135N2)
    2. Pry Tools
    3. Rear Camera (of course!) and its bolts, I use this as the rear cam
    4. A lot of cable ties, electrical tapes and patience
    5. Some Head Unit will require you to connect their BACK/REAR VIEW POWER connector. Read or Google what you need to do with your Head Unit's brand
    6. Just open the LEFT panel! I made a mistake before by opening the right panel first

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