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Title: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: gknight9 on October 13, 2015, 09:20:15 PM
Parts list (other parts are available it's up to you what you use.)

Camera
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00RMKGMTO/ref=pe_385721_37986871_TE_item

Connecting cable
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B013HTXDKO/ref=pe_385721_37038051_TE_3p_dp_1

Step-up Voltage Converter
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HOT-DC-DC-ADJUSTABLE-STEP-UP-BOOST-POWER-CONVERTER-MODULE-XL6009-REPLACE-LM2577-/271837380870?hash=item3f4ac54106

Mazda Blanking Plate (see 9 below) – Optional – not required if you are happy to remove and drill the existing plate. (I got a spare in case I wanted to remove the camera at any time in the future – ‘ part number and description: ABHN167HB1A Cover hole back’)

Tools
Soldering iron
Electronics multi-meter
Insulating tape
Electronics Cutters
Drill
AC/DC Multi Voltage Power Supply Adapter
Small plastic container (I had a spare urine pot, but don’t tell my doc!)


Disclaimer (the long bit):
This worked for me, there are absolutely no guarantees this will work for you. You need to ensure that he appropriate connector is pre-installed in your vehicle before spending any cash; even if the connector is pre-installed it may not be ‘live’.  This installation process was undertaken on a late 2014 Mazda 3 Sport Nav Fastback (salon), I’ve no idea where the connector may be on the hatchback model, or if one exists (must be there somewhere). This should work as long as you have front and rear parking sensors, again no guarantees.  I will not be responsible for any injury or harm caused to you, your vehicle, its electronics or its operation; neither will I be responsible for the quality of your workmanship. Be aware that if Mazda update the software at some stage in the future then the camera may stop working (unlikely, but I have to put this in here). Again, if you follow my installation you do so at your own risk. If after a successful working camera installation, you still manage to reverse into something, then it’s your fault!  :-[ I hope that’s clear.  ;D


Check required connector is installed.
Remove enough trim clips from inside left of the boot lid, to enable the trim to fold back and give you enough room to work. There is no need to remove the internal boot lid trim completely.

(http://i612.photobucket.com/albums/tt206/Gazza09/in%20luck_zps8haislck.jpg)

If connector is installed then it should be safe to order the parts, sit back and wait for postman.


1.   Step-up converter
I used a AC/DC Multi Voltage Power Supply Adapter to supply 5 volts to the input side of the Step-up Voltage Converter, checked the output (with the multi-meter) and adjusted to 12v as required. Once this has been done, set aside.


2.   Internal (pre-installed) connector
This is a 5 pin 0.1” socket (on mine), where only 4 pins are present, pin 4 is missing.  (The 5Pin Female 0.1" USB header PCB motherboard cable above is perfect)

(http://i612.photobucket.com/albums/tt206/Gazza09/20150725_123647_zpsspngobab.jpg)

Pins are, from top to bottom,
1 ground (cable screen)
2 ground (black)
3 Video in from Camera (green)
4 Missing pin (white)
5 +5v (red)

Take the USB PCB motherboard cable and trim back to the required length. Discard moulded USB plug (not required).

Strip back cable, to expose the cable screen, black, green, white and red internal wires.
Strip, wrap and solder the cable screen and internal black wire together.
Strip red wire
Strip green wire
The white wire is not used.

Solder the joined cable screen and black wires to the ‘In -‘ terminal on the step-up converter, solder the red wire to the ‘in +’ terminal on the step-up converter (see link from ebay above). Set aside.

(http://i612.photobucket.com/albums/tt206/Gazza09/wired_zpse7ivlprq.jpg)


3.   Remove blanking plate from rear of Mazda 3 (only held in by pinch lugs). There is a lead that comes from the camera that has an inline connector, the second supplied cable plugs into this online connector, to power to the camera and a phono video out connector.

(http://i612.photobucket.com/albums/tt206/Gazza09/camera_zpsoti9d2ae.jpg)

4.   Drill a hole in blanking plate (or spare plate if you purchased one) and mount camera to the plate.

5.   Shorten the second lead supplied with the camera, removing the phono plug and shortening the power leads.

6.   Strip the red and black power leads for the camera and solder to the step-up converter, black to the ‘Out –‘ terminal and red to the ‘out +’ terminal.

7.   Strip back the video cable, you are only interested in the internal yellow wire, make sure the other cables are insulated and not able to short circuit. Connect the yellow wire from the video cable to the green wire from the PCB motherboard cable from (2) above.

8.   Make sure all connected cables are insulated to prevent a short circuit.

9.   Assemble – mount blanking plate now holding camera back into boot lid. Plug PCB motherboard cable from 2 above into pre-installed connector. Tidy cables. I mounted the step-up converted in a small plastic tube and cabled tied everything together to the pre-existing wiring loom attached to the boot lid.

(http://i612.photobucket.com/albums/tt206/Gazza09/camera%20on%20boot%20lib_zpsom1b58af.jpg)

(http://i612.photobucket.com/albums/tt206/Gazza09/Camera%20Connection_zpsskyib55p.jpg)

10.   Test! – power the car (2 presses of the power button, no need to start the engine), wait until car is powered and the disclaimer message has  been removed from the screen, press and hold return+nav+mute for about 10 seconds. This forces the infotainment centre to reboot, and it should pick up the camera. After the infotainment centre has rebooted and the disclaimer message has disappeared from the screen, you can put the car in reverse, if everything is ok then you should get the video image on your screen.

(http://i612.photobucket.com/albums/tt206/Gazza09/working_1_zpspkybaeom.jpg)

I did not take a photo of the overlay in mine, but this is exactly what I get:

(http://i612.photobucket.com/albums/tt206/Gazza09/with%20inlay_zps0ldfsivx.jpg)

11.   If all working, then re-attach internal trim to the boot lid and re-insert the trim clips.

Hope this helps.
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: Willpower on October 13, 2015, 10:38:06 PM
Excellent write up.  Would other members please note the disclaimer.! !       Post stickied ! !
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: gknight9 on October 14, 2015, 06:56:36 AM
Thanks Willpower. The Disclaimer is a bit ‘tongue in cheek’ but maybe now required in the litigation world we live in, just in case...


Got the 2nd one to do now. Tends to turn heads...
(http://i612.photobucket.com/albums/tt206/Gazza09/two%20threes_zpscmpqinfu.jpg)
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: dtaylor928 on January 16, 2016, 06:55:09 PM
Hi,

Just seen that the new Mazda 3 now comes with the reversing camera fitted... plus... you can now buy it from Mazda as an option... http://www.mazda.co.uk/buying-owning/accessories/mazda3/2013-05/safety/BHR1V7535/

The new models now come with DAB radio too.
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: 9swampy on January 16, 2016, 07:57:04 PM
Hi,

Just seen that the new Mazda 3 now comes with the reversing camera fitted... plus... you can now buy it from Mazda as an option... http://www.mazda.co.uk/buying-owning/accessories/mazda3/2013-05/safety/BHR1V7535/

The new models now come with DAB radio too.

Yup, since the New Year they come with the camera fitted. I had the accessory fit done just before Christmas and I can't recommend it more highly. Can't believe they ever cheaped out to not fit it. DAB radio would be nice, but I bet that's an expensive upgrade if even possible. Nvm, I've live happily with the Aha and FM.
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: Spykey on January 23, 2016, 04:33:30 PM
Seeing as you can now purchase the reverse camera a genuine accessory, I wonder what kind of job it is to fit? It's surely not a soldering iron job like this non genuine kind. Swampy.... Do you know?
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: gknight9 on January 23, 2016, 09:51:10 PM
The reversing camera has always been available to purchase as a genuine accessory (there are photo’s of it on other sites and it has always been listed on mazda.co.uk), it should just be a case of popping out the current blanking plate, popping a bit of trim to find the socket (no idea where it might be on a hatchback, the supplied instructions with the camera should indicate where to find it) fitting the camera and reattaching the internal trim.

I appreciate that there may be those who do not want to start purchasing parts, using soldering irons etc. the point of my post was to share information only. I’m lucky I have the skills, I could purchase the parts, and fitted the camera for £30, it has work perfectly since fitment. A saving for me of £218 over the current cost of a genuine accessory.
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: Spykey on January 23, 2016, 10:09:00 PM
Thanks. When I bought my Sport Nav 165 last summer, the salesman said you couldn't get a reverse camera at all. I believed him. Since then I've obviously seen and read of cameras.... Like here with your excellent write up of fitting one. Good skills! I was just curious about the genuine one that Swampy has had fitted as he is the first person I've heard of getting one. The genuine camera, I could never find listed on the UK Mazda accessories site, it's recently appeared. Along with the DAB adapter, which incidentally is about £188.
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: 9swampy on January 25, 2016, 12:08:08 AM
Seeing as you can now purchase the reverse camera a genuine accessory, I wonder what kind of job it is to fit? It's surely not a soldering iron job like this non genuine kind. Swampy.... Do you know?

Sorry, I can't say how easy an install it was as I didn't see them do it, just dropped the car off - but I'd be absolutely shocked if it's anything more than a straight connector fitting in to the same line than gknight9 ended up plugging in to. The reversing camera was available when I got mine but I had to argue blue in the face to get the dealer to commit to it being properly integrated with the same line-overlay & sensor display as the factory fitted one as the engineer was convinced he'd fitted one and it wasn't... but in the end it is every bit as integrated.

One thing I have to say though @gknight9 did a **much** better job with the blanking plate fitment per the following shot:
(http://i612.photobucket.com/albums/tt206/Gazza09/camera%20on%20boot%20lib_zpsom1b58af.jpg).

My dealer took a hacksaw blade to the original blanking plate and made a real pigs ear of it I have to say. Not going out to take a shot as it's wet and cold, maybe will so you can show the dealer how it should and shouldn't be done... Says a lot for taking the time to take care with your own install...
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: gknight9 on January 25, 2016, 08:54:40 PM
Oh 9swampy – that sounds shocking. I’d be going bonkers if that was the case on my car. I’m sure the photo’s and descriptions I have seen on line of the genuine accessory, show the camera pre-fitted to a new plate. It should really just be a case of popping the existing blanking plate, feeding the cable through and clipping in the new plate with camera attached to the car, connect up the lead to the pre-installed connector and away you go.

The overlays come from the camera, just get the right camera and you get the overlays. If it was a genuine accessory, then I’m not sure why your dealer seemed to struggle so much.

The reason for the step-up converter and use of a soldering iron, is that the pre-installed connector only supplies a +6v supply (why??).  The camera that I purchased really needs 12v, so used a step-up converter and set it at 12v.
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: NickG on December 21, 2016, 12:28:00 PM
Has anyone tried this on a UK 2014 hatchback? I can't see a connector under the trim near the rear reverse light so I'm guessing it's behind the license plate area. However I'm not really sure how to remove this trim - it seems very firmly attached compared to the top piece.

I find it odd how some instructions on the internet seem to require fitting a custom cable to to the display end for the video feed. Perhaps US models are different? 

Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: NickG on February 22, 2017, 09:07:10 AM
Has anyone managed to fit a reverse camera to the hatchback model? I can't spot the required connector for the camera.  If anyone can say for certain that it's there - I'll take another look perhaps.
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: Whrrr on April 06, 2017, 12:30:26 PM
Yes, I have just installed one on a 2015 UK hatchback, using the components listed by the OP (but not the USB cable or blanking plate).  The car's power and video cables are there, but on mine they didn't terminate in a socket behind the license plate.  I found they only went as far as the large C-16 connector where the cables enter the top of the tailgate near the top break light.

There are four wires (red, black, dark-grey and white (all next to each other in a row) that don't continue past the block connector.  You need to remove the four parts of the internal trim from the tailgate; top one first, then the two sides, then the bottom one, so that you can access the top connector and the location of the camera itself.  I used an 18mm spade bit to drill the camera mount hole.  I also used a small amount of sealant to ensure no water ingress, but this isn't visible on the exterior.  I cut the four required wires from the upper block and soldered the camera feed and ground and the two power supply cables, clipping them around the other cables round the rear window to prevent vibrations. It works great and looks like the proper Mazda fit, displaying on the main screen as expected. You could fit additional pins to the plug rather than directly soldering.  The car's wires are as follows:

White - 6v supply (connect to 12v convertor as described)
Red - Camera ground (although not used in the above instructions, I found I had to connect the camera's video cable black wire for this to get a decent image)
Black - Camera signal (yellow wire from camera)
Dark grey - 6v ground (also connect to 12v convertor as described).  Don't confuse dark grey with black - very similar.

The camera is retained by a back nut and I was able to access it for tightening by undoing six nuts behind the lower trim that hold the license plate lights trim, also undoing the fastenings adjacent to the camera position from the outside.

All done at your own risk...
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: NickG on April 06, 2017, 12:35:58 PM
That's really useful! Many thanks for your reply.  I had purchased all the bits but didn't want to proceed much further.  Out of interest, how did you actually find out about the camera cables and colours etc?

Nick
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: Whrrr on April 22, 2017, 07:46:03 AM
I did  bit of searching and found another forum where somebody had found the correct wires.
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: NickG on April 23, 2017, 12:50:24 PM
Thanks for all the advice! I just installed a camera in a 2014 Hatchback using Whrrr's instructions above.

I used a different camera to the one listed in the original post as it had better reviews and is higher resolution: http://amzn.to/2ohHDMd  You get a different overlay (see below).

It's very compact and honestly looks like a factory-fit camera. I used black silicone sealant to fix the camera - rather than the back-nut as I didn't want to take too much trim off.  You only need to remove the top (brake light) trim, left trim (when looking at the open boot lid) and then partially unclip the main lower trim from the left hand side. Once you've drilled the hole in the blank area (aim for slightly below centre) you can then poke a stick or pencil through - to see where the wires will come out behind the trim.   I used T-Tap connectors from eBay to avoid soldering anything to the car's wiring. It was a little bit of a pain at these only really work with large gauge wires so I had to solder slightly fatter wire on to the ends of the camera's own cables to get a good connection.

Nick

(https://photos-1.dropbox.com/t/2/AACOpuoXMpP8Z-3RiTdNTotERIPzWGh6WEK1pZ702HxBGg/12/605920/jpeg/32x32/3/1492963200/0/2/Photo%2023-04-2017%2C%2012%2041%2009.jpg/EPz9URi55MDfAyAHKAc/18-y17Wbw4J4Dxo-I1EqYVHCMG12yuWYhwIbHD46VYQ?dl=0&size=800x600&size_mode=3)

(https://photos-2.dropbox.com/t/2/AADtXiyh1KLg4r-zqumd5pZifoXIJS_y-5no4_QcKJxxMw/12/605920/jpeg/256x256/1/_/1/2/Photo%2023-04-2017%2C%2012%2012%2048.jpg/EPz9URi55MDfAyAHKAc/5JP-4AFomKr_z2RpStkHyg52vy8vONwWk-2EV6nAcFY?size=800x600&size_mode=3)


Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: cliveastro on May 02, 2017, 05:04:06 PM
Hi
I want to fit a camera on 2015 mazda 3 sel nav hatchback and I wondered if you have any photos of your installation.
Have bought all the bits and set my DC to DC converter to 12v output.
I just want to be sure before I proceed,
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: gravy258 on May 23, 2017, 05:05:44 PM
I fitted the camera on my hatch a few days ago, all straightforward as described.
The four wires for the car are on the larger connector, not the top wire but the four below it facing you.
I set the voltage convertor with a chopped off USB cable, came out nicely at 6volts. (It was at 26volts output). A old phone charger would also do the job.
Started the car worked straight away. Well worth doing for safe reversing

I used the camera in Nickg's post
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: newway on December 03, 2017, 02:16:03 PM
Parts list (other parts are available it's up to you what you use.)

Camera
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00RMKGMTO/ref=pe_385721_37986871_TE_item

Connecting cable
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B013HTXDKO/ref=pe_385721_37038051_TE_3p_dp_1

Step-up Voltage Converter
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HOT-DC-DC-ADJUSTABLE-STEP-UP-BOOST-POWER-CONVERTER-MODULE-XL6009-REPLACE-LM2577-/271837380870?hash=item3f4ac54106
...

Hello gknight9,

First of all thank you for your detailed instruction! I have the same 2014 3 fastback and tried to install a reserver camera myself. However I did not succeed :(

My step-up converter is different from yours, mine has a tiny LED indicator, if there is power coming from the 'IN', the led would lit up, even if the 'OUT' is not connected to anything. So I'd imagine when I connect the PCB connector to my car, restart my info-tainment and put into reverse, this LED should come on as well. But it did not, which seems to indicate that there is no power (5V) coming from my car. This is true whether I fully start my engine, or just start the battery with the engine button (2 presses)

Part from restarting the info-tainment and put in reverse, is there any steps I missed?
You said you don't need to start the engine, but do you only press the engine button once or twice?

Thank you very much!
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: newway on December 04, 2017, 09:41:57 PM
【UPDATE】
I've finally make the reverse camera working. So here I would like to share my observations and hope it will help someone in the future who ran into similar problems.

My reverse camera and cables are brought from a different brand/vendor:

(https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4535/38122819804_2ba54bbccb_z.jpg)

But the number of cables, the way they connected, are all identical to OP's settings. So at first I thought this is going to be a piece of cake! I can be so wrong...

My step-up converter:

(https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4578/37951788045_df72a2977b_b.jpg)
Availabe at https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Free-shipping-1PCS-DC-DC-power-supply-module-boost-module-step-up-voltage-converter-Voltage-regulator/32677411593.html?spm=a2g0s.9042311.0.0.59TAA9

has a small LED indicator, if you connect the 'IN' side and feed power (e.g. 5V), the LED will light up, regardless on whether the 'OUT' side is connected (This turns out to be very helpful to my debug later on).

When I follow OP's steps to connect the black and red wires to the 'OUT', and keep the IN powered via a 5V power adaptor, the LED suddently turned off, when I loosen either the black OR red wire, it turns back on. This indicates a short-curcuit.

I spend a long time going back and forth on OP's post to see if I have missed anyting, until finally I use a multimeter to test the "power B" connector: there is continuity between positive(+) and negative (-) plates, meaning effectively there is only 1 wire inside the "power B" wiring, which is very strange. When I test the camera side (power A) and it is normal.

So in the end I have to do the following differently from OP's post:

1. cut the power B cable, reveal the black(-) and red(+) wires, soulder the red to the OUT+, black to OUT -

2. OP said to ignore 'the other wire' from Video B, but I have to soulder the 'other wire' to
   'IN -' along with the other black wires from the USB PCI

Other tips:

I use my TV to test my wiring and camera, using the composite Y video connector.

There is quite large gap between the USB PCI connector and the car's white connector, many times when I connect them I was only pushing the PCI connector below the pins.


It took me longer but I am glad it worked.

Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: Willpower on December 04, 2017, 09:46:13 PM
Well done. Appreciate your update. I'm sure it will be useful to others (like me ) contemplating fitting a camera. 
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: gknight9 on December 06, 2017, 04:07:23 PM
newway - Sorry I missed your post, congratulations on getting it working.
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: paulm94 on February 13, 2018, 09:37:45 PM
Anybody tried one of these

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/For-Mazda-3-Mazda3-Atenza-BM-Hatchback-2014-2017-RCA-Original-Screen-Compatible-Rear-View-Camera/32797835695.html
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: moozmooz on February 13, 2018, 11:32:26 PM
Removing one of your number plate lights could get you an MOT fail and possible police attention. Tapping in to Mazda electrics could also invalidate your warranty. The fun and games I'm having with Chinese DashCams makes me wary of connecting anything similarly sourced to anything other than a fused supply.
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: paulm94 on February 14, 2018, 08:48:43 AM
Removing one of your number plate lights could get you an MOT fail and possible police attention. Tapping in to Mazda electrics could also invalidate your warranty. The fun and games I'm having with Chinese DashCams makes me wary of connecting anything similarly sourced to anything other than a fused supply.

Thanks for reply I know I’m a mot tester myself but if you take a second look it come with the number plate lens cover all you do is fit bulb holder to the new lens so no mot issues it all comes as one piece and I just think £200 the camera alone is scandalous just because it’s 6v and not 12v you still need to buy the loom to fit it which is another £40 that’s cost to me
Just the camera and loom is another £40
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: Willpower on February 14, 2018, 08:52:00 AM
Removing one of your number plate lights could get you an MOT fail and possible police attention. 

(https://image.ibb.co/bR4WqQ/5bb8f5f9.gif)
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: gknight9 on February 14, 2018, 10:58:42 AM
Over 2 years since my original post, and my reversing cam is still working perfectly. Car has been through main dealer servicing and 1st MOT with out any problems or comments.
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: paulm94 on February 14, 2018, 08:11:12 PM
Removing one of your number plate lights could get you an MOT fail and possible police attention. 

(https://image.ibb.co/bR4WqQ/5bb8f5f9.gif)

I’ll say this just one more time you are not removing the number plate light the camera is built into a number plate lens where the bulb is fitted so it still works but cameras is attached to lens did anyone actually see pics in link do not a mot failure
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: moozmooz on February 14, 2018, 09:18:28 PM
paulm94

I stopped at "Replace one of......".

You realise that by exposing yourself as an MOT tester, you'll get all the MOT questions now.

Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: paulm94 on February 15, 2018, 12:58:47 PM
paulm94

I stopped at "Replace one of......".

You realise that by exposing yourself as an MOT tester, you'll get all the MOT questions now.

 :D I better not say I'm a Mazda tech then as well  :-X
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: moozmooz on February 15, 2018, 05:25:54 PM
paulm94

Let the avalanche commence!
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: paulm94 on February 16, 2018, 11:34:33 AM
paulm94

Let the avalanche commence!

 ;D
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: paulm94 on February 21, 2018, 12:58:49 PM
Well managed to get off eBay a genuine camera wth genuine loom which goes to mzd from a uk dealer had it for £100 I offered £70 and they excepted only draw back is that it’s for a fastback and not a hatchback so the camera will have to be fitted in rear trim differently than a hatchback original
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: mcdaymo on March 08, 2018, 03:49:35 PM
Great write up, items ordered, will let you know how i get on.... 8)
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: mcdaymo on March 17, 2018, 03:11:35 PM
Worked like a charm.....
(http://i1313.photobucket.com/albums/t543/mcdaymo/dash_zps2t76dl6q.jpg) (http://s1313.photobucket.com/user/mcdaymo/media/dash_zps2t76dl6q.jpg.html)
Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: Willpower on March 17, 2018, 08:52:32 PM
To upload and insert pictures please read this   http://www.mazda3forums.co.uk/index.php?topic=13040.0    :)

Title: Re: How to install a reversing camera 2014 Sport Nav Fastback
Post by: mcdaymo on March 20, 2018, 03:35:13 PM
To upload and insert pictures please read this   http://www.mazda3forums.co.uk/index.php?topic=13040.0    :)
cheers ...now sorted