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After so many years the back up camera has finally died. Went on Amazon and Ebay and found a generic one to replace it. Cut the old one off and I have 4 wires. Red, black, white, and yellow. To me, red and black are going to be power but I thought I should check with the community prior to splice in the new camera. Does anyone have the pinout diagram for the camera?
 

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That post is about a year old. THe pinout of the 6P camera connector is:
1(yellow) camera presense - this needs to be grounded to tell the car the camera is connected.
2(grey) Shield.
3(white) Video signal. This is the center pin of the aftermarket camera yellow RCA connector.
4(green) Power ground (#1 needs to be shorted to this)
5(red) Camera video signal ground. This is the 'ring' on the RCA connector.
6(blue) Camera power. Pilot supplies +8V on this wire. Most aftermarket cameras work on 12V input, but 8 might be enough.
 

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That post is about a year old. THe pinout of the 6P camera connector is:
1(yellow) camera presense - this needs to be grounded to tell the car the camera is connected.
2(grey) Shield.
3(white) Video signal. This is the center pin of the aftermarket camera yellow RCA connector.
4(green) Power ground (#1 needs to be shorted to this)
5(red) Camera video signal ground. This is the 'ring' on the RCA connector.
6(blue) Camera power. Pilot supplies +8V on this wire. Most aftermarket cameras work on 12V input, but 8 might be enough.
Hey Thank you very much for this!!
In a aftermarket setup where would the shield (pin2 ) connect to ?
 
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