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reverse gear signal? (installing a deck)

Discussion in 'Modified 2006 - 2010 Explorers' started by deuce07, July 7, 2011.

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  1. deuce07

    deuce07 Active Member

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    okay so next week i should get my new deck in. i noticed in one of the pictures that there is a "reverse gear signal wire". what i was wondering is where should i tap into? the wire doesn't look that long so is there a wire on the harness that has it?
     
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  3. MartinS819

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    I'm going to be buying a new deck soon too. Were you able to find the wire? Does anyone have any good info about this, and maybe a good thread on navi/video deck installation?

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    There's no reason to use that wire unless you have a backupcam
     

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