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I got and installed one of the XO Vision HTC35 from Amazon. I'm having issues getting it to work tho as I haven't been able to find the correct wires to activate it. This is on my 2004 QC Hemi. I have tried the white/green wire for the tail lights and the white/green wire in the 7 pin trailer connector. For those that have this camera working, what wire did you tap to power the camera?
 

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You know you don't need to post to subscribe, right?
 

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I had one, actually like 3. LOL

Just hook the trigger wire to the white wire at the tail light.
Trigger wire being the red power wire, right? I had two white/green wires going to the left tail light, I'll have to take a look again and see if there was a solid white wire.
 

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Trigger wire being the red power wire, right? I had two white/green wires going to the left tail light, I'll have to take a look again and see if there was a solid white wire.
Correct. Black to ground and tie in that red wire with that white wire on the taillight. If my memories is correct, it is the only white wire and it probably does have a green stripe on it.

You can confirm 100% with a test light. But I am 99.999999% there is only 1 on the left (driver) side behind the lens.
 

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Correct. Black to ground and tie in that red wire with that white wire on the taillight. If my memories is correct, it is the only white wire and it probably does have a green stripe on it.

You can confirm 100% with a test light. But I am 99.999999% there is only 1 on the left (driver) side behind the lens.
OK, thanks. I'll check that out tomorrow since I have the day off.
 
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