How to install ZEROXCLUB B2 license plate camera

Installing ZEROXCLUB B2 license plate backup camera can greatly enhance your driving experience and improve safety on the road. Whether you're a seasoned DIY enthusiast or a beginner, this step-by-step guide will help you install your license plate backup camera with ease.


Step 1: Choose the Mounting Location
Start by selecting the ideal location for your license plate backup camera. It's important to choose a spot that provides a clear view of the rear of your vehicle. Once you've chosen the location, create holes for the camera's mounting screws. Before you drill a hole in your bumper, check your license plate light and see if it can be pulled out and feed the wire thru that opening then into the car to save having to drill and hole in your bumper.

Step 2: Mount the Camera
Place the camera on the screw holes it will be placed, securely attach the camera. Make sure it is aligned properly and tightened to prevent any movement or vibrations while driving.



Step 3: Route the Wiring
Next, carefully route the camera's wiring from the license plate area to the inside of your vehicle. Look for existing wiring channels or openings to minimize the need for drilling. Or you can route the camera wire underneath the license plate and over the bottom edge of the trunk lid to get it the wire inside the trunk. If not,drill a hole into the plate area by the cable so you can run it into the hatch. Ensure that it is hollow on the other side and you're not drilling into anything you shouldn't be. The hole doesn't have to be very big, just large enough for the cableUse zip ties to secure the wiring along the way, keeping it neat and organized.



Step 4: Connect the Camera


Locate the wiring harness that came with your license plate backup camera kit. Camera comes with an RCA cable that a red wire on each end. Will refer to this as "RCA Red"


Camera also comes with a power cable that has a black and red wire coming out of it. Will refer to this as "power red"


Next, you'll need to connect the camera to the reverse light of your vehicle. This will allow the camera to turn on automatically when you shift into reverse. Locate the reverse light wiring harness near the rear of your vehicle. Expose a small section of the wire, then Take BOTH RCA red AND power red and either connect them together then run one cable to connect it to the positive wire of the reverse light OR just do a three way splice with RCA red, power red, and reverse light all connected together, ensuring a secure connection. Take power black and ground it to any metal part of the car. Use wire connectors and electrical tape to protect the connections from moisture and ensure a reliable connection.

Step 5: Connect the Camera to the Display Unit
Now it's time to connect the camera to the stereo unit inside your vehicle. Start by running the video cable through the interior of your vehicle, making sure to avoid any moving parts or hot surfaces. Once you've reached the display unit, connect RCA to back of stereo unit. This side's RCA red needs to connect to the stereo's REVERSE cable.

Step 6: Test the Camera
After you've completed the wiring, it's important to test the camera to ensure everything is working properly. Start your vehicle and shift into reverse. The display unit should automatically switch to the camera's feed, showing you the live view from the rear of your vehicle. If the camera is not working, double-check all of your connections and make sure the power source is functioning correctly.

Step 7: Secure and Tidy Up
After confirming that everything is working correctly, it's time to secure the wiring. Tuck the excess wiring away to prevent it from interfering with other components or becoming a distraction while driving and ensure a clean and professional installation.

By following these simple steps, you can successfully install the B2 license plate backup camera in your vehicle. Enjoy the added convenience and peace of mind that comes with having a clear view of what's behind you while on the road.

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