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ive got a pioneer avic f900bt all working how do i wire a pioneer

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ive got a pioneer avic f900bt all working how do i wire a pioneer camera ndbc6 to this so it comes on when i go in reverse thanks
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Electronics
Expert:  *ElectronicsTech replied 2 years ago.
Hi, my name is Randy. I will assist you.
  

Connecting the SystemExtension lead(for speed signal)Violet/white (REVERSEGEAR SIGNAL INPUT)This is connected so that the navigation system can detectwhether the vehicle is moving forwards or backwards.Connect the violet/white lead to the lead whose voltagechanges when the shift lever is put in reverse. Unlessconnected, the sensor may not detect your vehicletravelling forward/backward properly, and thus the positionof your vehicle detected by the sensor may be misalignedfrom the actual position.NoteWhen you use a rear view camera, please makesure to connect this lead. Otherwise you cannotswitch to rear view camera picture.
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Be sure to use only the supplied extension lead. Use of anotherlead could cause fire, smoke and/or damage this navigationsystem.Extension lead(for reverse signal)This connection is unnecessary forAVIC-F700BT and AVIC-F7010BT.5 m (16 ft. 5 in.)Check the position of your vehicle'sbackup light (the one that lights upwhen the shift lever is in reverse [R])and find the backup light lead in thetrunk.The navigation unitPower cordConnection methodClamp the backuplight lead.Clamp firmly withneedle-nosedpliers.Fuse resistorSectionBackuplight
Customer: replied 2 years ago.

ive done that where do the wires go from the ndbc6

Expert:  *ElectronicsTech replied 2 years ago.
after you find the position of your vehicle's backup light (the one that lights upwhen the shift lever is in reverse [R])and find the backup light lead in the trunk, then connect the harness to the f900bt marked reverse input.

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