Installing factory rear vision camera on 2014

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Re: Installing factory rear vision camera on 2014

Post by No Moa » Thu Mar 02, 2017 3:56 am

That's awesome
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Re: Installing factory rear vision camera on 2014

Post by GTPprix » Thu Mar 02, 2017 6:18 pm

Its pretty cool, it also includes some other cool features IE no motion locks anymore, XM radio etc :)
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Re: Installing factory rear vision camera on 2014

Post by Silversled » Sat Mar 04, 2017 1:42 am

GTPprix wrote:Its pretty cool, it also includes some other cool features IE no motion locks anymore, XM radio etc :)
Chris,
You did my Chevy SS IPC reprogram to my PPV. It's still working great!

For the silverbox, would there be any advantage to get a Nav enabled box from a Malibu, Volt, etc or is the 2014 PPV box just as good?
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Re: Installing factory rear vision camera on 2014

Post by GTPprix » Sat Mar 04, 2017 3:07 am

Silversled wrote:
GTPprix wrote:Its pretty cool, it also includes some other cool features IE no motion locks anymore, XM radio etc :)
Chris,
You did my Chevy SS IPC reprogram to my PPV. It's still working great!

For the silverbox, would there be any advantage to get a Nav enabled box from a Malibu, Volt, etc or is the 2014 PPV box just as good?
Well I mean with the obvious exception of Navigation after we are done they are just as good :) If you want nav we can make that happen as well just have to build some software so either way you are good to go.
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Re: Installing factory rear vision camera on 2014

Post by Daniel » Mon Oct 15, 2018 2:12 am

[quote="9C1fanatic"]Sorry for the delay, things have been so busy around here. I got the radio back from White Media awhile back and installed it. Everything works as expected and I cant say enough good things about White Media. Super great guy to work with. Camera works exactly the same as an OEM 2015-2017 Caprice. Thanks again to Chris for helping me with this project and for answering my many questions.
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Which one should get software upgraded, radio headunit or the screen? If it's headunit, can I change it with that of Camaro or Cruze with reverse camera support?

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Re: Installing factory rear vision camera on 2014

Post by s/c'd cav » Mon Oct 15, 2018 5:02 pm

no idea why ive never seen this tell now , lol

the camera the OP got and the 1 i got are different numbers , and the price was alot less

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Re: Installing factory rear vision camera on 2014

Post by Pursuit » Mon Oct 15, 2018 9:21 pm

You will need use the head unit for your car.

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Re: Installing factory rear vision camera on 2014

Post by GTPprix » Tue Oct 16, 2018 2:28 pm

Daniel wrote:
9C1fanatic wrote:Sorry for the delay, things have been so busy around here. I got the radio back from White Media awhile back and installed it. Everything works as expected and I cant say enough good things about White Media. Super great guy to work with. Camera works exactly the same as an OEM 2015-2017 Caprice. Thanks again to Chris for helping me with this project and for answering my many questions.
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Which one should get software upgraded, radio headunit or the screen? If it's headunit, can I change it with that of Camaro or Cruze with reverse camera support?
We would need to program it anyhow. If you're considering swapping units to gain nav etc contact us from our website so we can discuss your custom build.
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Re: Installing factory rear vision camera on 2014

Post by Daniel » Tue Oct 16, 2018 11:49 pm

Actually I don't live in the USA so I'm not able to send my device to you, I'm looking for a way to add factory camera by myself.

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Re: Installing factory rear vision camera on 2014

Post by 00FLX » Sat Jan 26, 2019 3:39 pm

GTPprix wrote:
Wed Mar 01, 2017 11:31 pm
Thanks really goes to Garner on this one. Truth be told I screwed up the original guideline calibration using data from an Oz market caprice thinking they would (and should have) been the same; I was wrong lol. Garner was kind enough to send it back a second time so I could get it right for not only him but everyone else and not having those guidelines be correct would have driven me insane LOL So yeah its all perfect now but it's all thanks to Garner :)
Would this work for my 2013? I had it sent up to you already.

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