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Crux RVCTY-71D Backup Camera System

Add a rear-view camera to your factory radio in select 2012-13 Toyota Tundra vehicles

Item # 249RCTY71D

Designed specifically for select 2012-13 Toyota Tundra vehicles, this Crux RVCTY-71D rear-view camera system allows...

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About the Crux RVCTY-71D Backup Camera System

The backup cam just for you

Designed specifically for select 2012-13 Toyota Tundra vehicles, this Crux RVCTY-71D rear-view camera system allows you to integrate backup video into your factory radio. The package includes the rear-view camera and a harness that connects to your factory system.

The backup cam just for you

Designed specifically for select 2012-13 Toyota Tundra vehicles, this Crux RVCTY-71D rear-view camera system allows you to integrate backup video into your factory radio. The package includes the rear-view camera and a harness that connects to your factory system.

Once installed, you'll see a generous, well-lit picture of what's behind you, with a 170-degree wide view and video capture down to 0.2 Lux for night driving. Crux also gives you the option to enable on-screen parking assist lines so you can gauge distance more easily.

Note: A rear-view camera provides an additional view when reversing your vehicle. It is intended to be used in conjuction with your rear- and side-view mirrors to give a fuller picture of what's behind you. It is not intended as a replacement for your mirrors.

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Highlights:

  • system includes waterproof CCD camera, video extension cable, and factory harness
  • NTSC wide-angle rear view camera compatible with select Toyota Tundra vehicles
  • resolution: 420 TV lines
  • pixels: 656 x 492
  • 170° wide viewing angle
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # RVCTY-71D
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What's in the box:

  • Rear-view camera (w/ attached 4' power/signal cable)
  • 5' Extension power/signal cable
  • 22.5mm Hole saw
  • Installation Instructions

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Features

Sightline Series Rear-View Camera: The Sightline series RVCTY-71d rear-view camera by Crux has been specifically designed for the 2012-2013 Toyota Tundra that features a factory in-dash radio with integrated video monitor. Now you can use your vehicle's factory radio to see what's behind you when backing up. The RVCTY-71d comes with the necessary harnesses and cables to connect the rear-view camera to your Toyota vehicle's factory system.

Note: The RVCTY-71d rear-view camera is meant as a back-up aid only; never solely rely on the rear-view camera when backing-up. In addition to using the rear-view camera, always look behind you to make sure everything is clear when backing up your vehicle.

Vehicle Compatibility: The Sightline series RVCTY-71d rear-view camera is compatible with the following Toyota vehicles that feature a factory radio with integrated video monitor (as of 2/21/2018).

Make Model Year
Toyota Tundra 2012-2013

Automatic Rear-View Switching: The RVCTY-71d features automatic rear-view switching. This means that when you place your vehicle in reverse gear, your factory radio's monitor will automatically switch over to the rear-view camera so you can see what's behind you immediately. There are no hardwire connections to make for this feature, the reverse wire is integrated in to the included plug-in vehicle harness.  

Park Assist Lines: The rear-view camera provides parking assist lines on the screen of your vehicle's in-dash factory radio. These parking lines are there to assist you when backing up into a parking space. There are two vertical lines which help you judge the left and right edges of the parking space and your vehicle. There are also 3 color-coded horizontal lines that are used to distinguish how close you are getting to the end of the parking spot - Yellow (Clear), Purple (Getting Close), Red (Very Close).

Note: You can cut the thin white wire on the camera cable to remove the park assist lines.

Adjustable Angle: You can manually adjust the up and down angle of the rear-view camera to give you the best visibility behind your vehicle.

Mounting Options: You will need to drill a 22.5mm (7/8") hole in your vehicle's tailgate (next to the handle) using the supplied hole saw drill-bit (drill not included). The rear-view camera mounts in this opening and features an integrated spring locking collar which holds the camera in place.

Power/Ground & Signal Connections: The rear-view camera features an attached 4' power/signal cable and includes a 5' extension cable which plug into each other. The extension cable then plugs into the pre-ran factory camera cable with a 4-pin connector underneath the vehicle, near the spare tire (you will not have to run wires or cables up to the factory radio).

Specifications:

  • Resolution: 420 TV Lines
  • Pixels: 656 x 492
  • Viewing Angle: 170-degrees
  • Minimum Illumination: 0.2 Lux
  • Shutter Speed: 1/60s-20us
  • Voltage: 12V

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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Great price on the closeout and I wanted the detail installation instructions. Trying to follow some of the instructions on the Toyota forums can be tedious and Crutchfield does a great job of researching how to put this stuff in. I've bought several car radios from Crutchfield because of the excellent, detailed instructions and customer support. [ Jason  Sep 30, 2017 ]

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will this camera work with any type of display? My truck is pre-wired, but currently no display.
[ trent  Mar 17, 2019 ]
1 answer
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Yes the camera is very easy to install and allowed a display with a video rca input.
[ Marc  Mar 17, 2019 ]

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