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2005 Toyota RAV4 Is the electrical system 12V/24V DC Negative Ground system?

I am trying to install a Pyle wireless backup camera and it requires a 12V/24V DC Negative Ground electrical system, Does my 2005 Toyota RAV4 have that system?

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Your vehicle, like nearly all modern cars and trucks for consumers - should have a standard, 12 Volt Negative Ground electrical system.

Posted on Apr 10, 2015

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    Maureen Shea Apr 10, 2015

    Thanks, Steve, this was very helpful!!!

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