About the Brandmotion FLTW-7623
For hauling and backing up
For hauling and backing up
Own a 2014-up Chevy Silverado or GMC Sierra pickup with an 8" MyLink factory radio? Use this Brandmotion harness to retain your factory backup cam while adding a Brandmotion FLTW-7622 cargo cam for fifth-wheel towing. This Brandmotion harness includes a handy switch that you can mount in a convenient spot near your steering wheel to switch between the two rear views. This harness will also work with two aftermarket cameras.
Installation Notes: To work properly, your display must already change to the rear-camera view when you shift into reverse.
- vehicle-specific T-harness for dual-camera integration
- integrates Silverado or Sierra factory backup cam with Brandmotion cargo cam
- for use with GM 8" MyLink factory radio
- includes camera switch
- warranty: 3 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # FLTW-7623
What's in the box:
- T-harness with 12-pin male plug on one end and a 12-pin female plug on other end (T-harness includes an attached 70" cord terminated in a toggle switch / a 23" bare-ended accessory power wire / and a 27" ground wire w/ring-terminal)
- Instruction sheet
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More details on the Brandmotion FLTW-7623
Overview: The Brandmotion T-harness is designed to allow drivers of 2014-current GM Silverado/Sierra trucks with 8" factory displays to switch views between dual rear-facing cameras. This could include tailgate backup cameras and aftermarket cargo or trailer cameras. The harness comes configured to use a factory reverse camera along with another aftermarket camera (not included, sold separately), but can also be used with two aftermarket cameras. The t-harness installs at the OEM HMI module behind the glove box and includes two video plugs; Video 1 and Video 2. Out of the box, Video 1 is pre-connected to the OEM Cam Out plug, for use with a factory reverse camera, but can be disconnected if using an aftermarket reverse camera. Video 2 is open-ended for the second aftermarket camera connection. When the included toggle switch is in Position 1, it enables the Video 1 input when in reverse. Likewise, when the toggle switch is in Position 2, it enables Video 2 input to display while in reverse.
Note: The factory display MUST currently change to rear camera mode when the vehicle is put into reverse, whether there's a factory reverse camera or not, otherwise the vehicle will need to be flashed by a dealership or an optional backup camera interface must be installed (sold separately). For 2016 GM trucks, the HMI code must be verified for this harness to work.
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