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Wiring installation for back up camera monitor

I have a Innovage wireless back-up camera. The monitor has a cord that attaches to the fuse block. The cord has 3 wires; black, red, blue. I'm assuming black is negative, but don't know where to attach red and blue. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Yes the black is ground, the red goes to a constant power in the fuse block , and the blue goes to the reverse wire to activate the monitor

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  • G Kla Dec 14, 2010

    I think the blue wire is to solid wire the camera to the monitor for long vehicles when the wireless doesn't work

  • ydoucet166 Apr 12, 2011

    You plug the blue wire on the positive ( + ) of your backup light

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    rmorain988 Oct 31, 2013

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    Timothy Nelson Dec 22, 2013

    i have been searching all day for the wiring diagram, my un-insatlation riped the cord out of the camera, and need to see where the 4 wires go. my dog ate my diagram...

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Avoid all of these complexities by using the truly wireless QuickVu(TM) Wireless Backup Camera. The camera has no (zero) wires. The receiver and monitor are super simple, too! Buy direct from the manufacturer!

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