Ford Transit Jumbo Brake Light Reversing Camera
This Ford Transit Jumbo Brake Light Reversing Camera fits so well, it looks like factory fitted equipment. It was designed specifically for the Ford Transit. Consequently, we are confident it will be perfect for your vehicle. For customers who require a unique solution, the Ford Transit reversing camera is high quality. In addition to being cost effective, it is the best camera on the market.
The high level break light is replaced by the Transit Jumbo reversing camera. As a result, the height of the camera is below the roof line. You do not have to drill holes. Consequently, you avoid leaks from rain and the vehicle warranty will not be voided.
Adjusting the image is easy, because the reversing camera ball socket only moves in one plane. It also comes with a 10 meter composite cable and DIN RCA cable adapter. This enables trouble free installation and will work with long wheelbase vehicles. The reversing camera also displays reversing guidelines. This will help you park safely.
- 10m High Performance Composite Cable
- 1.5m Camera Power Supply Lead
- 1.5m Brake Light Power Supply Lead
- 35cm Composite to Phono/RCA Adaptor Cable
You can buy the camera on its own or, in addition, we also offer a range of van reversing camera monitors. There is plenty of choice to suit your budget. Furthermore, all van reversing cameras and monitors are compatible with each other. All cameras work with standard RCA audio / visual connections.
Reversing Camera Maintenance
No routine maintenance or adjustment is required. Cleaning the camera carefully with a soft cloth will get rid of any dirt, frost or snow build up. Do not use chemicals or spirits. You will damage the camera if you apply hot water to it in frozen conditions.The best way to clean the camera is by using warm soapy water.
Ford Transit Jumbo Brake Light Reversing Camera 2014 – Onwards Fitting Instructions
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