Add the safety and reliability of Rear Vision to your Wrangler. Rear visibility is often compromised by the spare tire, an undersized rear window and rear seat headrests. Our Rear Vision Systems give you the edge in back-up protection thats not available anywhere else. Features a unique high-mount camera system custom engineered for Jeep Wrangler. Kits include an innovative spare tire hub mounting bracket with OEM-validated camera with CCD technology for image crispness & nighttime brightness. Designed specifically for vehicles with a factory navigation radio display and includes a programming module that temporarily plugs into the OBDII port to re-calibrate your radio to the camera. These do-it-yourself kits do not require dealership activation and can be installed in as little as a few hours. Note, if you have a typical 5 spoke alloy wheel similar to the one pictured, we recommend using a pre-adjusted camera mount kit to save installation time. All open spoke wheels may use the kits with adjustable camera mounts including 5 spoke wheels.
Standard package is not designed for use on 17-18 Recon, Golden Eagle or Altitude editions.
- Features: Metal, Plastic, Rear, Rubber or Adjustable, Metal, Plastic
- Color: Bare Steel
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Brand Motion Rear Vision Back Up Camera System Reviews
I have had this camera in my 2017 Wrangler JK 75th anniversary for 16 months and it has never failed. It has a very good picture, it is a little hard to see at night but that is because of the back up lights and not the camera. It took me all afternoon but I took my time and made sure I had every step completely done.
I did find a very good video on You Tube of gentleman installing this same camera in a Wrangler. He did a great job of explaining each step.
If you are thinking about a camera this is one of the best if not the best to get. It is trouble free and works great.
Works well. Slow installation, but the instructions are accurate. You do need brighter backup lights to get satisfactory night vision.
The only way vision out the rear window of a Jeep Wrangler could be any worse would be if it did not have a rear window. As an older dude with a stiff neck, I knew I wanted a backup camera and initially considered one of the add-on wireless kits, but once I had the dashboard of my Jeep all torn up, looking for a rattle, I realized it would not take much more disassembly to install the Brand Motion unit. It works great, every bit as good as the OEM ones in our other two current model vehicles. But anyone considering installing it themselves should be aware that while the installation is not complex or difficult, it is arduous, involving many, occassionally tedious, steps. If you decide to undertake it, here are some things you need to know:
1. Spend $12 at Amazon on a set of plastic automotive "trim removal" tools, as you will be snapping off numerous pieces and panels. Yes, you can do that with a screwdriver, but you'll almost certainly mar whatever you are prying with it.
2. When you order the backup kit, be certain to also order the "Quadratec Tweve Volt Power Adaptor" as I now wish I had. I follwed the instructions to splice and solder the wires behind the dash 12volt port, and though I am a pretty fair hand with a soldering iron, the very tight space involved made the job difficult, frustrating and easy to screw up (even though I didn't).
3. The instructions that come with the kit are crap - the photos are mostly under-exposed and not very illustrative. There are several videos on You Tube on the installation.
4. All of the plastic terminal plugs you will need to disconnect have a tab of some sort that needs to be depressed to free the plug. Take the time to identify these and don't try to simply force the connectors apart. You'll only succeed in breaking one.
5. Absolutely the most difficult task in the whole install is dis-connecting and re-connecting the power window switch cluster, which is inaccessible to more than one hand and has a tricky little red tab that must be mastered to free the port or hook it back up. BUT, if you remove the round air vent just to the right of it, you can easily use two hands and the process actually becomes pretty easy.
The program module that came in my kit failed to function, but after hunting around Brand Motion's web page a bit, I found an "800" contact number. I used it, and a nice guy named Dave had a replacement at my front door in fewer than 48 hours.
So, don't pay any attention to the guy who claims to have done this installation in an hour; take your time; follow the instructions to a T, and enjoy your new backup camera...and thanks again, Dave.