these backup camera kits on Toyota Tacomas with some step-by-step instructions. There is no radio programming necessary and the installation takes 10 minutes!
The Problem: Using Tailgate Cameras With Campers & 5th Wheels
When you go camping with a truck bed camper, a trailer, or a fifth wheel, you generally have to remove the tailgate or put it down to connect the camper to your truck. When you put down your tailgate or remove it, you lose the ability to use your standard backup camera.
Without a backup camera to help you see what is behind and around you, backing up can be risky and dangerous (assuming you don’t have a passenger to stand outside of the truck and help you out). Even with help, it is hard to functionally see as the driver how close your camper is to obstacles and how you are fitting into different spaces.
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Ready to take your F150 truck to the next level of safety, convenience, and performance? It’s easy to install Ford F150 backup camera kit. You can follow along to these step by step instructions and before you know it, you’ll have a nice, new tailgate emblem backup camera on your Ford F-150.