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Axxess HDCC-02 Wiring Interface

Connect a new car stereo in select 2014-up Honda Civic and CR-V models — retains amp, clock, aux input, and cameras

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You want to replace the stock radio in your Honda, but you don't want to lose the video cameras, AUX IN jack, and...

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About the Axxess HDCC-02 Wiring Interface

Keep your radio's functions

You want to replace the stock radio in your Honda, but you don't want to lose the video cameras, AUX IN jack, and your clock, along with your balance and fade controls. The Axxess HDCC-02 wiring interface lets you connect a new stereo while retaining these functions, and also providing accessory power and outputs for a navigation receiver. This interface works in Hondas with or without a factory amplifier.

Keep your radio's functions

You want to replace the stock radio in your Honda, but you don't want to lose the video cameras, AUX IN jack, and your clock, along with your balance and fade controls. The Axxess HDCC-02 wiring interface lets you connect a new stereo while retaining these functions, and also providing accessory power and outputs for a navigation receiver. This interface works in Hondas with or without a factory amplifier.

With the Axxess ASWC-1 adapter (sold separately), you'll also be able to retain your steering wheel audio controls; the HDCC-02 includes a pre-wired harness to connect the ASWC-1. Replace the radio, keep the features.

Note: Most vehicles will require additional installation parts — please identify your vehicle if you haven't done so. You can also call an Advisor for more information.

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Product highlights:

  • provides accessory power (12-volt, 10-amp)
  • provides NAV outputs (parking brake, reverse, speed sense)
  • retains factory backup and LaneWatch cameras
  • retains factory AUX IN jack
  • includes connector for Axxess steering wheel control adapter
  • can be used in non-amplified or amplified models
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # HDCC-02
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What's in the box:

  • Radio replacement interface module
  • Wiring harness
  • Camera/Nav harness
  • Sub harness
  • Installation Instructions

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Crutchfield customer from Los Alamitos, CA on 1/29/2019

2015 Honda Civic SE

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Slightly disappointed, lost my side camera and didn't maintain steering wheel controls. Could have saved money and not purchased this. I can live without the controls and camera, just wanted the money on it.

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Too many issues

Jeffrey from Leominster, MA on 1/24/2019

2015 Honda CRV

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Was using this to install a Sony Radio into a 2012 Honda CRV EX-L. The lane camera was so washed out in most light it was unusable, there is no iMId support so the date on the mid screen was always wrong, the rear camera was only in fisheye, and we got random buzzing noises from the radio. Also, knew it was a radio/integration limitation but the bluetooth controls don't work with this harness. After several attempts to fix and adjust issues, returned the radio and pulled out the harness.

Pros: -Allows rear and lane cameras -Good integration with controls

Cons: -lane camera washed out -backup camera only in fisheye -no iMid (cannot set date/time for the car, only the radio)

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Corey from Lafayette, CO on 1/20/2019

2015 Honda CRV

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Crutchfield website stated that this was compatible with my car, and it was not, however technicians worked hard to assist me in correcting this error, as well as get me the items I needed to complete my project.

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Avoid this part.

Gary from St Charles, MO on 1/3/2019

2014 Honda Civic Hybrid

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I would recommend avoiding this part until they either update it or someone else makes one that works. Crutchfield was great about it, first sending me a replacement before just allowing me to return it and refunding my entire purchase price. I talked to the manufacturer and they acted like there's no problems despite other reviews pointing out the problems. Good luck.

Pros: Didn't short anything out.

Cons: Just didn't do as advertised.

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Donald William from Saint Charles, MO on 5/31/2018

2015 Honda CRV

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The interface worked great! And still have my lane watch camera! Thanks Crutchfield!

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Joseph from Harrisburg, PA on 5/6/2018

2012 Honda Pilot

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Work. Perfect

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Rick from Melissa, TX on 4/22/2018

2016 Honda CRV

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I' am unclear why the techs at crutchfielf and the reviews stated it would not work on a 2016 CRV, but it works fine. All functions work

Pros: Works

Cons: Crutchriekf and reviews said it would not

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Works but far from perfect

Nathan from Los Alamos, NM on 1/2/2018

2015 Honda CRV

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This unit does most of the work integrating an aftermarket head unit with a CRV. It appears to do the job well but there are multiple limitations. For a 2015 CRV EX the lanewatch and reverse cameras worked well. The lanewatch support with the ILX-107 head unit has a 2-3 second delay before the camera picture appears and goes away. This is a change from the factory behavior where lanewatch comes up and goes away instantly. This unit also does nothing to integrate with the imid display. You will lose the ability to get song information when the factory unit is removed.

Pros: - Keeps lanewatch camera.

Cons: - Bug in parking brake support means you have to shift from drive to park multiple times before the head unit gets the signal (with ILX-107). - Lose i-mid support for song information. - Delay before lanewatch picture appears/disappears (with ILX-107). - DOES NOT ADAPT from Honda USB. You will have to cut the connectors and splice in real USB connectors. Would expect the adapter to be included. - Backup camera stuck in fish-eye.

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Civic LX owners, beware!! It causes the i-mid display to stay on!!

Crutchfield customer from Cincinnati, OH on 8/31/2017

2014 Honda Civic LX

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Where to begin... The included instructions are terrible. They are extremely vague at best. This unit assumes that it is being installed in a Honda Civic EX/Si with the LaneWatch camera, backup camera, upgraded stereo display and built in factory amplifier. If you install this in an LX model, the backup camera feed will not display on the newly installed head unit without you tapping into the camera feed going to the imid display. Like someone said below, you have to google it and find out the pinout and tap into that before that camera can be fed into an aftermarket stereo. That wasnt a huge deal, as I am OK with it staying on the imid and don't really care to have it on the stereo. Also, if you wire it up as directed in the instructions, it will leave your imid display on all the time. It wont shut off. That can cause a dead battery. Again, this interface assumes you have an EX/Si model Civic. On the LX, the speakers are not amplified and there is no built in amp in the car. Therefore, there is no need to connect the remote amp power wire in the harness (it is the blue one with the white stripe). That is the wire that is causing the imid to stay on. Tape it off and dont connect it if you have an LX Civic. Also, on the Civic LX itself is a set of wires in a harness that will not connect to the hdcc-02. It is the input from the AUX, USB and maybe mic and XM satellite sensor that were on the factory head unit. I wish that was mentioned in the instructions.

Pros: A wiring interface for the factory speakers, and power.

Cons: Terrible instructions. It causes the imid display to stay on when connected as instructed. Backup Camera feed wont work on a Civic LX.

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Brandon from Vallejo, ca on 7/20/2017

2014 Honda Civic LX

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Leaves my imid on on my Honda Civic 2014

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Works after modifications

Jake from Philadelphia, PA on 2/27/2017

2015 Honda Fit

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It was not easy to figure out how to rate this because the actual HDCC-02 works great in my 2015 Honda Fit EX-L. I got the LaneWatch and reverse cameras to both work with my aftermarket HU. The reverse camera is showing in fisheye view, but this is still usable. The issue is that the wiring harness they send you needs modifications and you need to connect to pins that are not there. They could've just sent you a few more wires to go into the main harness. In order to get the wires, you have to buy another harness and destroy it to get out the wires. And on the phone they tell you to just wire into the car directly which is horrible advice.

Pros: Works

Cons: Requires modifications

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Some quirks but overall good

Crutchfield customer from Houston, TX on 2/17/2017

2015 Honda CRV

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I bought the HDCC-02 Wiring Interface to retain rear and lane watch cameras in my 2015 Honda CR-V. I can't speak to the ease of installation, I had an after-market radio installed professionally. I do have some issues with the functions, namely the cameras and the iMID clock though these may be quirks of the car itself and not so much the wiring interface. 1) The backup camera works but is stuck on a wide angle view with black bars on top and bottom (like a widescreen film).The installer hooked the factory radio back up to see if he could change the default view (this particular model car offers 3 different rear camera views) to no avail. The entire view is there just took some time getting used to it. The back-up grid lines are way off it looks like and remain on the screen even for the lane watch camera. I don't have this feature activated as a result. 2) The lane watch camera lags quite a bit when activated and deactivated. Maybe up to 5 seconds or so. The image is also white washed, particularly in bright natural light or artificial light. You can still see though, not terrible. 3) This model car doesn't let you set the iMID clock via the steering wheel controls, as it turns out. There is a trick supposedly (hold the "Source" button until the brights flash) but it didn't work. Again the installer put the factory radio back in to set that clock. It will be off an hour obviously for DST. All in all these aren't necessarily dealbreakers for me.

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John from Madison, WI on 1/27/2017

2014 Honda Civic LX

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Bought this primarily for the backup camera retention. Well, no camera. The instructions are pretty poor also. It does say "The [Yellow] RCA jack is used to retain the backup camera as well as the LaneWatch Camera", but I'm guessing that's only for vehicles with both. When I turn on the right blinker the radio switches to backup view for the "LaneWatch" feature, but since I don't have that feature, only a regular reverse camera, the screen is blank. In Reverse the radio does not switch over to the camera. Luckily I found the pin outs for the factory backup camera up in the iMid display. Search "9th gen civic add backup camera" to find the info. Then you just need to solder into those wires, at your own risk, and the backup camera will come on when in reverse. Additionally, if you have BT and want to retain their buttons you will need to add a wire to the ASWC-1 harness, it doesn't come with the one you need. So your options are: 1- Try to remove a single pin from the ASWC-1 harness (but likely destroy it in the process) to add to the pre-made harness, or 2- Cut the ASWC-1 harness from the HDCC and then splice back in the general ASWC-1 harness and the 4 wires that go into it. No Mention at all of the single white RCA harness. My guess would be it's the subwoofer on an amplified version. No mention that you will need to clip off the speaker RCAs and wire directly for a non-amplified version (Though that would be obvious to any professional installer)

Pros: Bulky

Cons: get ready to do your own splicing and soldering.

Crutchfield response on 1/31/2017
John, we're sorry you had problems with your installation. Whenever you encounter a problem with anything you purchase from Crutchfield, please contact our tech support team right away. Lifetime tech support comes with every Crutchfield purchase.

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No backup camera display

Brent from South Charleston, WV on 9/28/2016

2014 Honda Civic LX

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I just left the installers and I have no backup camera. I put the car in reverse and get a black screen on my Pioneer and the camera still displays on the small factory screen that's hard to see. I turned every option from off to on in the Pioneer settings, but it always shows a black screen. The autotech is removing this tomorrow so I can return it for a full refund.

Pros: None

Cons: Everything

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Crutchfield customer from Pittsboro, NC on 8/1/2016

2016 Honda CRV

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The Axxess HDCC-02 Wiring Interface and the Axxess ASWC-1 Steering Wheel Control Adapter are not yet ready for use in the 2016-CRV. (It appears that the 2016 Honda CRV is a little different then the 2015 version.) The 'Bluetooth Buttons on the Steering Wheel' along with the ability to 'Change the OEM Clock' do not function with the 2016 Honda CRV yet. I contacted Axxess Intergrate directly and they said that they have not had a 2016 Honda CRV in the bay to look at yet. They say that hopefully by years end they will have one in house to look at and will probably release a firmware update for each device to allow use with the 2016 Honda CRV.

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Cons: Not yet updated to work 100% with a 2016 Honda CRV.

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It works!!!

marvel1223 from Atlantic City, NJ on 6/18/2016

2016 Honda HR-V EX

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This product was meant for the Honda Civic but bought it for my HRV. Both vehicles use the same factory radio which made it work and instalation pretty straight forward. The only thing that didn't work is when connecting the ASWC-1 Steering Wheel Control Adapter to the pre-wired harness since its wired to work for the Civic not the HRV. My recomendation is to make a separate instalation for the adapter. Other than that it works!!!

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Cons: AWSC-1 pre-wired harness doesn't work for the HRV (obviously lol) When viewing the back-up camera it displays in fish eye view. (No idea how to change that if it can be changed.)

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Features

Vehicle Compatibility: The Axxess HDCC-02 radio replacement interface module is compatible with the following 2014-up Honda vehicles.

Make Model Year
Honda Civic 2014-up
CRV 2015
Fit (w/ touchscreen) 2015-2017

Retained Features: The Axxess HDCC-02 radio replacement interface module allows you to replace the factory radio in select 2012-up Honda vehicles with an aftermarket head unit and retain certain factory features; such as Aux input, amplifier, and steering wheel controls (optional SWC adapter required).

  • Amplified or Non-Amplified Systems: The Axxess HDCC-02 works with factory amplified and non-amplified systems. If equipped, it will retain the factory amplifier and factory subwoofer in your vehicle along with balance & fade control.
  • OEM Aux Input: To retain the vehicle's factory Aux input, your aftermarket head unit must have a rear-panel Aux input (male minijack to female stereo RCA adapter may be required, sold separately).
  • Factory Cameras: Through the HDCC-02's composite video harness and the camera input on your aftermarket head unit, you are able to retain your vehicle's factory backup & LaneWatch cameras.
  • Clock Display: The Axxess radio replacement interface module retains the ability to change your vehicle's factory clock, even after the factory radio is replaced with an aftermarket head unit.
  • Steering Wheel Control Compatible: The included wiring harness features a right-angle 3.5mm connector that lets you keep your vehicle's factory steering wheel controls via the Axxess steering wheel control interface adapter (120ASWC1, sold separately). *The Honda Fit requires a hardwired connection for the Access steering wheel control interface.

+12V/10A Accessory Output: In many Honda vehicles, there is no 12-volt accessory wire in the factory harness, which requires the installer to run an accessory wire to the fuse box or underneath the steering column when installing an aftermarket radio. The HDCC-02 is designed to provide a 12V/10A switched accessory output (red wire).

Navigation Outputs: The Axxess HDCC-02 radio replacement interface module provides Parking Brake, VSS (vehicle speed sense), and Reverse Gear outputs to make installing an aftermarket navigation radio simpler and less time consuming.

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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Cruthfield had the best price and shipping. There website and vehicle compatibility check took out hours of guess work and research. [ Julio  Feb 21, 2019 ]
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To get lane watch camera and rear view camera and any other factory audio capabilities for aftermarket head unit [ Victor De La  May 03, 2018 ]
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To hook up my aftermarket tv and keep my back up camera and side camera for my 2016 Honda CR-V [ Joseph  Apr 21, 2018 ]
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aftermarket headunit install with cameras [ Zach  Dec 19, 2017 ]
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easy to connect. [ JAMES  Mar 31, 2017 ]
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After weeks of researching, this is the only harness that will allow for a clean plug-and-play replacement of the premium headunit. Crutchfield had the best price online. [ David  Sep 13, 2016 ]
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Needed for install [ STEPHANIE L  Aug 15, 2016 ]
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I need the backup camera, AUX, etc. in my Honda Civic to work with my Pioneer stereo. [ Brent  Aug 14, 2016 ]
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Works great and does its job! [ marissa  Jul 20, 2016 ]
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6 questions already asked

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Will this work with my Pac audio steering wheel control unit? I've heard that the Axxess awsc interface does not work with the i-midi controls
[ Tejas  Oct 04, 2018 ]
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I'm not sure. I bought it originally with my alpine system to hook it up to my steering wheel controls. And it did not work. I ordered a new one thinking the wiring interface was broken but even with the new one it didn't work. Then I hooked everything up without the interface and it worked.
[ Shane  Oct 04, 2018 ]
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Hello Texas I have a 2014 civic coupe lx and I changed factory audio unit for a Pioneer w navigation and steering control works immediately after I finish the instructions and I did it by myself even apple car play I hope U have a good luck and trust the crutchfield team Bye
[ Saturnino  Oct 04, 2018 ]
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Your website says this doesn't fit my 2014 civic EX with navigation. Why?
[ Dennis  Sep 01, 2017 ]
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I have a 2014 civic coupe LX no navi and I have to connect Pioneer directly to factory harness Steering wheel interface works perfect I connect back camera directly Hope U resolve it
[ Saturnino  Sep 02, 2017 ]
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For additional details on fit or installation please contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and give you the details on if this will fit and what you will need for an installation in your vehicle.
[ Kenny  Sep 01, 2017 ]  Staff
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Jake from Philadelphia wrote "The issue is that the wiring harness they send you needs modifications and you need to connect to pins that are not there. They could've just sent you a few more wires to go into the main harness. In order to get the wires, you have to buy another harness and destroy it to get out the wires. " Does anyone know what wires these are? Thanks!
[ Alissa  Jun 15, 2017 ]
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For more specific details on what's required for installation in your year & model Honda, you would be better served speaking directly with an expert Advisor by phone (888.955.6000) or online chat. They can give you a better idea on exactly what's required to complete the job, while offering tips and/or recommendations to ensure the install goes smoothly. Thanks!
[ Larry  Jun 21, 2017 ]  Staff
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When it says you can keep lane watch and backup camera does that mean it can send the video to an aftermarket one? Looking at the JVC KW-V830BT for my 2014 Civic Ex. That unit says it only has one video input I noticed, but wondering if this enables to work from the same input or can you splice into from both cameras?
[ AaronT  Jun 11, 2017 ]
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Hello It did not work w my 2014 civic coupe I had to wiring by myself Steering wheel control works very well Hope U solve issues
[ Saturnino  Jun 13, 2017 ]
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I have a 2016 CRV with lanewatch and backup camera. It only has one video input for both cameras so the hdcc-02 should work if its similar to my crv. However i would not recommend using the interface again. It is absolute junk. The backup camera has a fush eyes view instead of fullscreen. The picture flickers when using lanewatch. And both cameras look whitewashed. If i do replace mine i will go with the pac audio rp4-hd11.
[ james  Jun 12, 2017 ]
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I just had that installed in my 2016 CRV and both the rear and side cameras work. However, the second and smaller screen in the CRV - the day date and time is not perfect.
[ Larry  Jun 12, 2017 ]
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The unit only has one video output. It will recieve the signal from the car (whether you're in reverse or indicating right) and it will display the correct video output to the recieving unit, just as it would for factory.
[ David  Jun 12, 2017 ]
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It's very interesting how the HDCC-02 handles that. The adapter received the video for both cameras. It then decides which camera to feed the input of your stereo. If it sees your reverse lights on, it passes through the reverse camera. If it sees your right blinker on, it passes through the LaneWatch camera. As far as your stereo is concerned, you are in "reverse" for either one, it just shows you the camera that is passed through by the adapter. I should point out two things, though. First of all, because it is triggered by your right blinker LIGHT and not the actual blinker HANDLE, the LaneWatch camera is triggered both when you are turning right AND when you have your hazards on. It's a little irritating, but not a deal breaker. The other thing I should point out is a little more troubling: I tried this with two different aftermarket head units. Both of them had this same issue (though I still think that it is the head units that I was using). The video of the camera ends up very over exposed, high contrast, and low framerate. This makes the camera almost unusable in some cases. The video quality really was terrible. However, this would only be the case after the head unit had finished booting up. If I triggered the camera while the head unit was still in its boot sequence (before it is had the chance to post-process the video), the video was perfect (which is what is leading me to believe that the issue lies in the stereo, not the adapter.
[ Sean  Jun 12, 2017 ]
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will axxess hdcc-01 work in 2013 Honda Accord Sport?
[ joeal  Apr 06, 2016 ]
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You can check to see if this will fit your vehicle by using our Outfit My Car tool: http://www.crutchfield.com/car/carselector.aspx For additional details on fit or installation please contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and give you the details on if this will fit and what you will need for an installation in your vehicle.
[ Kenny  Apr 06, 2016 ]  Staff
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Are there any tips on aiming LaneWatch on your own, without having to go to the dealer to do it for you?
[ Sean  Feb 16, 2016 ]
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Through the HDCC-02's composite video harness and the camera input on your aftermarket head unit, you are able to retain your vehicle's factory backup & LaneWatch cameras. However, we don't have any information about aiming the camera when used with the Axxess HDCC-02 Wiring Interface. My Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=159
[ Larry  Feb 19, 2016 ]  Staff
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