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What type of electrical system does the Toyota RAV4 2005 have?

I am trying to install a PYLE Wireless backup camera. It requires a 12V/24V DG NEGATIVE GROUND electrical system. Does this car have the required system?

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Most vehicles today have 12 volt negative ground and yours does.

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