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PAC CAM-TY11 Backup Camera Cable

Retain your factory backup camera or add an aftermarket camera to select 2012-15 Toyota, Subaru, and Scion vehicles

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PAC designed the CAM-TY11 cable to retain the factory backup camera when adding an aftermarket radio in select...

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About the PAC CAM-TY11 Backup Camera Cable

Keep or add a backup camera

PAC designed the CAM-TY11 cable to retain the factory backup camera when adding an aftermarket radio in select 2012-2014 Toyota and Scion vehicles. You can also use this cable to add a backup camera to non-equipped 2012-2014 Toyota and Scion vehicles.

Keep or add a backup camera

PAC designed the CAM-TY11 cable to retain the factory backup camera when adding an aftermarket radio in select 2012-2014 Toyota and Scion vehicles. You can also use this cable to add a backup camera to non-equipped 2012-2014 Toyota and Scion vehicles.

When retaining the stock backup camera, the cable plugs into the factory harness; when adding a backup camera, it connects between the factory harness and factory radio to integrate the aftermarket backup camera. The cable's 6-volt output wire provides power to either type of camera. Please enter your vehicle information or call an Advisor at 1-888-955-6000 to find out if this harness is compatible with your vehicle. Warranty: 1 year.

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What's in the box:

  • 8" Backup camera retention/add-on harness
  • Instructions

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I kept the factory camera

Crutchfield customer from Lost Creek, WV on 3/25/2019

2013 Toyota Highlander

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This was simply plug and play. No complaints

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exactly as described

Crutchfield customer from Independence, KY on 3/25/2018

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Great product

Pros: Easy to use & hook up.

Cons: none

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Features

Backup Camera Retention/Add-On Harness for Toyota & Scion: The PAC CAM-TY11 harness is designed for select 2012-2015 Toyota, Scion, and Subaru vehicles for retaining the factory back-up camera as well as adding a back-up camera to non-equipped vehicles. The harness simply plugs into the factory harness and provides the video from the back-up camera for aftermarket radio installations or connects between the factory harness and factory radio for integration of an aftermarket back-up camera.

  • Factory Camera Retention: When installing an aftermarket stereo and retaining the factory reverse camera, you will also need PAC's RP4.2-TY11 radio replacement interface (541RP4TY11, sold separately).
  • Aftermarket Camera Add-On: Add an aftermarket backup camera (sold separately) to a compatible Toyota, Scion, or Subaru factory 6.1" touchscreen radio.

Vehicle Compatibility: The PAC CAM-TY11 harness is compatible with the following 2012-2015 Toyota, Scion, and Subaru vehicles.

Make Model Year
Toyota 4 Runner 2012-2014
Avalon 2012-2014
Camry 2012-2014
Highlander 2013-2014
Prius 2012-2015
Prius V 2012-2014
Rav4 2012-2014
Sequoia 2013
Tacoma 2012-2013
Venza 2012-2014
Scion FRS 2013-2015
iQ 2013-2015
tC 2014-2015
xB 2013-2015
xD 2013-2014
Subaru BRZ 2013-2015

Notes:

  • Not compatible in 2012-203 Toyota 4-Runner vehicles equipped with a factory amplifier.
  • 2012-2014 Toyota Rav-4 vehicles must have a build date prior to November 23, 2013.
  • 2012-2013 Toyota Tacoma vehicles must be equipped with factory navigation.

Composite Video Jacks: The PAC CAM-TY11 reverse camera harness features a female composite video jack for adding an aftermarket backup camera to the factory radio, and male composite video jack for retaining the factory backup camera with the addition of an aftermarket head unit.

Power & Ground: The red wire is used to inject 6 volts to the factory camera. It needs to be used with a 12 to 6 volt converter, such as the one built into the 541RP4TY11. The black wire is ground.

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it was included in what was needed to install unit . [ ROBERT F  Mar 18, 2019 ]
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for a after market radio bought in another place for a better price [ Rachael  Dec 25, 2018 ]
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Recommended [ Walter  Oct 06, 2018 ]
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to add my own aftermarket camera to my factory headunit [ LUIS  Jan 08, 2018 ]
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My backup cables were cut off [ Nelson  Sep 06, 2017 ]
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I am installing my avic 8000 NEC into a Toyota sienna 2006 [ JEROME  Apr 28, 2017 ]
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Will this work on a 2012 Tacoma with JBL system and retain factory backup camera on aftermarket headunit?
[ Aaron  Nov 17, 2018 ]
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You will want to contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat to discuss compatibility with your factory system. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and see if this will integrate. If it does not, then they will also be able to discuss other options with you.
[ Krissy  Nov 20, 2018 ]  Staff
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Can it work on a 2014 Toyota Corolla? My camera requires 12 voltage of the power supply.
[ Junjie  Jul 09, 2017 ]
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Thanks for your question. This cable is listed as having a 6-volt output Most vehicles will require additional installation parts, if you haven't done so. you can also call an Advisor for more information, you can reach an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They should be able to help answer your question.
[ Kenny  Jul 11, 2017 ]  Staff

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