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Dear customer, do you still need help? If so, could you tell me please if the camera is the one that comes from the dealership? Thanks in advance.
Ok, i will need the vin number or reg number to make sure with the diagrams because this model sometimes change the accesory wires where the cameras are fitted. My apologies for the delay dear customer, i am having problem with the time zone i currenly am.
Hello dear customer, i have find some stereos that fit with your Subaru and have the same the same harness connector, the Pioneer 8100NEX unit and will be able to mirror the factory backup camera image as well as the Kenwood DDX9902. About the JVC unit i have not information about it, so the main idea is to compare the connectors before buying it, if the connectors are the same we will not have problems with the cameras. The unit should be compatible with the cameras without any problem.By the way, Subaru cameras have a harness connector to the stock deck rather than the conventional coaxial.The fuse that belong to the camera is labeled as a Backup fuse in the engine compartment fuse box,And the cable that feed the camera is the red/black wire.
Here i share with you the diagram of the rearview camera.
sorry i misunderstood the query dear customer, my apologies. About the software and hardware of the eyesight, it will work, but you perhaps will have to use a retention kit, and harness, such as the iDatalink Maestro RR and SU1 t harness. The hardware should be able with the unit board and module so, when you replace it, the JVC unit as it is compatible with your outback should be able to read the eyesight programs as the emergency brake which is part of the eyesight.