If there is any extra wire tie it at with the bundle. Driving the car for over 500 miles in a week I have used 35 bucks worth of gas. Having been hit from behind twice in the past in old cars due to the fact that people's brains are only tuned look for a central high level brake light these days, I have already done that modification in period style. Run the video cable along the power wire from the trunk light up the hinge. He charged me for 3 hours of labor even though it prob was closer to 3. For vehicles with Level Control, set the Height to automatic. Parted ways at 236k miles.
I followed the instructions for both, but the can't clear the errors. Hopefully I'll have better news soon, though in the interim I picked up a car battery charger to be safe. This has been taken under front trunk lid where the back of the dashboard electrics are all exposed and easy to get at from a 12V supply terminal that goes live when the ignition is turned on. The coax connector only fits the housing one way round. But when the car is in reverse, hatch closed, nav unit on, noting happens on screen. Thanks Keith for the warm welcome and also for taking the time to reply.
The motor should come off. I know, it's not easy! His concern was that the camera seems to be functioning properly due to the voltage. Perhaps you've over complicated it. This so called Malooshek harness - what is it? The view it gives is of the rear fender and also what is behind me, so I needed it to point downwards slightly. For adding that disclaimer as well. One of the legs of the wiper motor needs to be removed so that it looks like this, the legs are only plastic so it's easy to cut. I was using a ground wire that should have been a good, but just didn't want to let it work and caused a host of errors to clear out.
First remove the trunk switch from its place. Anyway hopefully his can-bus gateway module arrives soon and I'll find out if his car is working right after he installs. Only problem I've had is dealer went cheap an the scratches it had they tried covering up with a paint pen. The unit looked good and went in without too many problems. All other tires and special order tires are excluded from this offer.
Most things can be done right the first time in a logical progression, but this has been like using voodoo magic on a complex electrical system. Pass all the wires through the flexible rubber hose on the trunk door. Thats the reason i added more pictures to help people understand the process better. Now you need to lay the brown and blue wire from the top of the trunk trim that we removed, to the storage box on the passenger side of the trunk. These two photos show the wide angle of the lense, the pole is not visible except through the side window. Instruction in box are the same as online but only in Chinese so at best just a visual aid.
This so called Malooshek harness - what is it?. I can't seem to clear all of my errors which all showed up after I installed the door warming lights and interior led lights. Now connect the 16 pin end of the vag com cable to the connector below the fuse box. I could have sworn he wanted to look back but the instructor told him to stare at the screen. My car currently is all apart in order to do this project.
I've been researching and reading but can't determine where we have gone wrong. The camera can be seen in the second photo with the flap lifted. Remove the 2 torx screw holding the vents in the luggage compartment, using the T-20 torx screwdriver. Remove the wiper arm, it may be stuck and require some force. Fire up the car and put 'er in reverse for some rear view camera goodness! You can see there is a channel molded into the cover where the wires run so there is not a lot of room. I've got a lot more to learn.
When I put the car in reverse, i get the back up screen, but no picture. I estimate Ill have another 30,000 miles before mine needs replacing. I made the 3 electrical connections necessary in the trunk. Run the cables under the door sill to the rear. Use the fish tape or something similar and push it from the top section to the bottom section of the rubber hose. For a permanent Fusebox Connection you will require one repair wire 000979133 and fuse.