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Running the video connection from the camera's mounting location outside your vehicle into the cabin and up to the dash may require some drilling or filing that you might not feel comfortable doing. If that doesn't scare you, installing a backup camera system is usually a straight-forward and logical operation that shouldn't take more than about two or three hours to accomplish. Watch our videos in our How to Install a Backup Camera article.
Some cameras feature low-light enhancements, such as LED or infrared illumination, that really do let the camera and you see what's going on better at night.
A backup camera is only active when your vehicle is in reverse. A rearview camera is a little different, and can be turned on at any time. A few backup cameras feature an always-on rearview mode. The other option is to get a separate rearview camera system, like a rearview mirror monitor or commercial vehicle camera/monitor system. Learn more in our Backup Camera Buying Guide.
In this instance, you'd need to get a stand-alone rearview camera system, like a rearview mirror monitor or a camera system with a dedicated dash-mount video monitor.
As long as your installation does not interfere with the normal operation of the vehicle, you can replace or add any accessory, including a replacement backup camera, without voiding your vehicle's manufacturer warranty.
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