- May 2, 2023 at 16:23 #64233Steve McCarthyParticipant
I have a 2023 F150 that I plan to use to haul a popup camper. I am removing the tail gate to slide in the camper and I will loose my tailgate camera. Does anyone know of a plug in replacement camera that I can install on the back of the camper that allows me to use the monitor in the cab? And preferably plugs into the ford wiring that was disconnected when the tail gate was removed.
- May 2, 2023 at 20:10 #64234Phil PattersonParticipant
Well, what I did was bought another bare OEM Camera and wiring harness, but honestly it was kinda pricy…Were I to do it over again I’d likely buy a digital rear view mirror overlay with a continuous feed rear view driving camera from Amazon…
- May 26, 2023 at 14:40 #64686Geoff OrthParticipant
I’m following this! Also looking for a “digital rear view mirror overlay with a continuous feed rear view driving camera”. Any recommendations or reviews?
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- June 15, 2023 at 14:54 #65079StanParticipant
I’ve had the Furrion Vision S rear marker light camera and 5″ monitor. It’s pricey compared to others on the market but has a good daytime view and a great IR nighttime view while driving.
I’ve noticed some very good reviews of the Haloview systems, especially their new Byte Tango series but haven’t been able to find any footage of rear view monitoring nighttime views in city or rural driving. Haloview has two monitors that seem to easily attach to the rear view mirror and can be cast to from your smart phone.
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- July 23, 2023 at 04:36 #66070KellyParticipant
I also have a 23 F150 and am looking into backup cameras.
Camerasource.com has replacement tailgate cameras that say they plug into original wiring.
Pretty pricey at $439 for a camera. $199 for a housing and wiring that uses your own tailgate camera when removed.
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- August 16, 2023 at 20:10 #66429Mark GParticipant
A Ford dealer can sell you a replacement backup camera that plugs into your F-150 wiring harness. It costs around $50-60, if I recall correctly. You can then drill a hole in the rear bumper where the license plate goes, install the camera there, punch a hole in the license plate where you mounted the camera, and reinstall the license plate. I had this done on my F-150 two years ago and it works fine. It works so well I don’t bother to reconnect the tailgate camera when I put the tailgate back on.
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