Mitsubishi Rear View Cameras

Mitsubishi rear view cameras are designed to get an overview of everything that happens behind the car. They are connected to the monitor in the car and help to fully control the movement. It is not difficult to park even in a confined space with these devices.

Mitsubishi rear view cameras will become reliable assistants when parking and reversing. It is easy for the driver to fully control the situation even in insufficient lighting conditions, since a high-quality picture is displayed on the monitor in the cabin. The cameras are outdoors, so they face high negative impacts. They use lenses made of tempered glass, they are scratch resistant and prevent image blurring.

The principle of operation of rear-view cameras

The video camera is attached to the car bumper, license plate or one of the body elements. It connects to the monitor in the salon (via cable or wireless). Power is supplied from the reversing light. As soon as the car starts to move backward, the camera receives current and immediately starts shooting, feeding the image to the monitor.

All the variety of models can be divided into standard and universal. The first ones are mounted on the places provided by the manufacturer. This is very convenient, since their installation is easier, moreover, the cameras are located in an optimal position and are not conspicuous. Universal analogs can be installed anywhere.

Many people consider regular camcorders to be the best solution. Often they are mounted in the trunk opening handle, room lighting or some other place. The advantages of these gadgets are:

  • Installation stealth
  • Development of video cameras specifically for a specific car model
  • Optimal viewing angle and mounting height
  • Own room lighting system

If we talk about the shortcomings of standard cameras, then they include a higher cost in comparison with universal counterparts.

Universal cameras have a simple design, which allows them to be located at any point. They are fixed with screws on various horizontal surfaces, some models cut into the rear bumper. The advantage of such products is their lower cost. On the other hand, they have poor anti-vandal protection, provide a worse image, and it is also difficult to change the viewing angle.

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Another option is license plates with cameras located in them. The devices are easy to install, besides, they do not require drilling holes, they allow you to change the viewing angle.

When choosing Mitsubishi rear view cameras, it is necessary to take into account the presence of the trajectory. It is superimposed on the image from the rear view camera. This option helps you determine the distance to an obstacle and make parking easier. The ability to activate or deactivate this markup provides additional usability. Some drivers provide the ability for the driver to connect to the parking system with intelligent operation with their table.

Many motorists have appreciated Mitsubishi rear view cameras. These devices are simply indispensable for those who feel insecure when driving in reverse or have to often park in conditions of insufficient free space.

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OUT III: Mitsubishi Outlander III rear view camera. Selection, installation, connection

  • BACKUP CAMERA
    Mitsubishi original camera code 8781A066 (with parking guidelines), 8781A043 (camera without parking guidelines # post117224
  • Native rear view camera. Description and how it works # post248953
  • Standard camera. Uninstallation # post248952
  • The stock camera does not show correctly. Checking on a car with MMCS # post248950
  • The stock camera does not show correctly. Checking on a car with a 6.1 “display (not MMCS, with one / two knobs)
  • The stock camera does not show correctly. Checking Mitsubishi Connect Smartphone Link Display Audio
  • Native rear view camera. Description, diagnostics, repair. Workshop Manual
  • I connected a standard camera, but the marking of the parking lines disappeared. Solution: check the settings of the radio (read from this place onwards)
  • The rear view camera stopped working. The rear view camera stopped showing. Doesn’t show the rear view camera. The rear view camera does not work. Solution: connect the C-418 block (12 pin, blue wire) with one wire from ETAKS and connect it to the C-108 block (3 pin) of the head unit, connect the negative (ground) to the 2nd pin # post370923, # post373217
  • When switching from R to P / D, the rear view camera remains on # post379321
  • Connecting the OEM rear view camera to a non-OEM radio tape recorder through the OEM Rear View Camera Adapter. The rear-view camera adapter retains the functionality of the standard camera when a non-standard radio is connected, and allows you to add a non-standard camera to the factory setting of the factory radio. Some models have a 12V to 6V converter.
  • NON-STANDARD REAR VIEW CAMERA
    According to the experience of teammates, the main installation site is regular place. on the site lining with license plate lighting. This is the installation location not the most optimal in terms of ease of use. during rain and dirty weather, the camera is always thrown with water and mud and you have to constantly wipe the camera to display the picture.
    It is best to install the camera inside the passenger compartment on a shelf of plastic upholstery at the top of the tailgate (tailgate).
  • Rear view camera installation and connection issues
  • Mitsubishi Outlander III / Outlander IV rear view camera installation. Connection diagram. VIDEO
    Mitsubishi Outlander III / Outlander IV front view camera installation. Connection diagram. VIDEO
  • Installing a rear view camera. Connection. Pinout
    Installing the front view camera. Connection. Pinout
  • How to connect non-original camera to MMCS # post180482
  • Manual for installing Mitsubishi stock camera # post117221
  • Camera connection options # post117222
  • Rear view camera wiring diagram (option) # post23626
  • Auto switch to camera when reverse mode is engaged R # post23659
  • How the camera helps to “peek out” or the advantage of wide angle cameras # post117225
  • Standard illumination of reversing lights is sufficient for visibility at night # post50282
  • USEFUL LINKS
    Outlander Rear View Camera Dirt 2013-2014-2015-2016-2017-2018-2019MY # post389800
    Installing a rear view camera washer Mitsubishi Outlander 2013MY, 2014MY, 2015MY, 2016MY, 2017MY, 2018MY, 2019MY # post389800
    Rear view camera washer Mitsubishi Outlander 2013-2019MY # post389800
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    Last edited by Ball; 11/06/2018 at 16:11. Reason: upd_

    The stock camera does not show correctly. Checking on a car with MMCS
    Inspection Procedure 1: Rear view camera image is not correctly displayed.

    Native rear-view camera. Description and working principle

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    Once again I ask for help! The stock camera was connected, but the ruler disappeared. Is it spelled out in my head or we just didn’t find?

    Now I have eaten. Yes. in the settings of the standard GU.
    There are cameras with a ruler.
    For example, I have one (Pleervox PLV-CAM-D).
    For me and GU (not MayDin), the camera also seems to have a ruler.

    Thank! It can be seen that you need to buy another camera.

    Installing a rear view camera Mitsubishi Outlander 3 Invite S03
    Started installing the rear view camera, but stalled again:
    – it is necessary to drill / saw a hole for the camera in the metal part of the cover. because it simply does not exist
    – the wiring that I purchased turns out to be only in the trunk lid itself (this is the first jamb). I was counting on it until the GU itself. in general, the wiring ends at the level of the rear side window and there are no empty pads / plugs nearby.
    In general, we look at the photo report.

    We disassemble the rear door trim. we start from the top

    The lower part cannot be removed just like that. we take a screwdriver with a rag and go

    I already pulled out the right rubber band with a washer tube and put it in a partially new one

    I installed a new rubber band and connected the washer tube. all connectors are existing, nothing needs to be cut

    Having connected the washer hose, I went through the existing holes in the body and the caps on the wiring. this led me to the rear right window. there are no pads nearby, except for the yellow wire (after going along it I found a chip for connecting the SRS shutter)
    Walking along the caps on the wiring and the existing holes in the body came here

    Through the existing holes and caps I came to the door to the place where the camera was installed. there are no holes for the camera, but there is a platform where it should be (highlighted in red)

    Not a single piston suffered. even though the assembly and Kaluga, the quality of the pistons and plastic remained at the level.
    Briefly: you start to disassemble the trunk lid trim from the very top (central part). pull the side closer to the hinges, then remove the sidewalls, and finally the bottom. there is a window at the bottom. you open it and pull this hole down. (the first time I inserted a screwdriver from the side, the second I pulled stupidly).
    The most important thing is to do it in a warm room and in no case on the street at negative temperatures, otherwise you will break the caps (although they are strong).

    I laid the wiring for the camera from the rear right glass to the radio. I bought three wires of 5 meters each (there was enough pump in the butt) and one tulip.
    I cut off the chip that was on the wiring from the camera itself to the right glass and soldered to the new ones.
    I checked the work of the camera on twists. it works

    Because I took the radio tape recorder without the CanBus adapter (it is needed to turn on the RockFORD amplifier, send a signal to the GU that reverse gear is on, and perhaps that’s all), so the signal cable to the radio tape recorder had to be made by myself. the power cable for the rear light. I found it near the ETAKS unit (blue wire ). I had almost no wires in connector 108, I was connecting to blue on etacs. Everything works from 12V, did not alter anything (on the Internet they write that the voltage on the camera is 6V).
    Be careful. there is a bunch of blue wires next to it. check with a tester by turning on reverse gear with the ignition on

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    The pinout of the camera is as follows:
    – pink (P). we connect the camera power to the blue wire of the rear light (it’s easier to do this near ETAKS)
    – red (R). camera power (-) can be connected to the car body anywhere (I connected it near the rear right window in metal)
    – white (W). the central core of the video signal
    – green (G). video signal body (I don’t know how to call it correctly)
    Near the radio tape recorder white and green (be guided by the standard colors, I took the colors that were and first soldered near the tulip) we solder on the tulip and connect to the radio tape recorder.
    And now. When you turn on the reverse, the camera automatically turns on, by the way it turns on even if Android is just starting.

    The original camera does not have a marking of parking lines (it was drawn by the standard original head), my GU (although there is a jackdaw in the settings) does not want to draw it.

    P.S. The standard (factory) camera operates on a 6 volt network (the standard GU gives it such power), but on the forum many use their own camera with third-party radio tape recorders and power the camera from 12 V. I checked. however, everything works without any power reduction adapters!
    P.S.s. if not everything is clear from my description. we look at the last two photos and figure it out ourselves)))
    Screen from the Outlander 3 manual (page 102)

    Pinout with a description by color on the original radio, probably W-12

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    Subject: OUT III: Mitsubishi Outlander III rear view camera. Selection, installation, connection

    OUT III: Mitsubishi Outlander III rear view camera. Selection, installation, connection

    • BACKUP CAMERA
      Mitsubishi original camera code 8781A066 (with parking guidelines), 8781A043 (camera without parking guidelines # post117224
    • Native rear-view camera. Description and how it works # post248953
    • Standard camera. Uninstallation # post248952
    • The stock camera does not show correctly. Checking on a car with MMCS # post248950
    • The stock camera does not show correctly. Checking on a car with a 6.1 “display (not MMCS, with one / two knobs)
    • The stock camera does not show correctly. Checking Mitsubishi Connect Smartphone Link Display Audio
    • Native rear-view camera. Description, diagnostics, repair. Workshop Manual
    • I connected a standard camera, but the marking of the parking lines disappeared. Solution: check the settings of the radio (read from this place onwards)
    • The rear view camera stopped working. The rear view camera stopped showing. Doesn’t show the rear view camera. The rear view camera does not work. Solution: connect the C-418 block (12 pin, blue wire) with one wire from ETAKS and connect it to the C-108 block (3 pin) of the head unit, connect the negative (ground) to the 2nd pin # post370923, # post373217
    • When switching from R to P / D, the rear view camera remains on # post379321
    • Connecting the OEM rear view camera to a non-OEM radio tape recorder through the OEM Rear View Camera Adapter. The rear-view camera adapter retains the functionality of the standard camera when a non-standard radio is connected, and allows you to add a non-standard camera to the factory setting of the factory radio. Some models have a 12V to 6V converter.
  • NON-STANDARD REAR VIEW CAMERA
    According to the experience of teammates, the main installation site is regular place. on the site lining with license plate lighting. This is the installation location not the most optimal in terms of ease of use. during rain and dirty weather, the camera is always thrown with water and mud and you have to constantly wipe the camera to display the picture.
    It is best to install the camera inside the passenger compartment on a shelf of plastic upholstery at the top of the tailgate (tailgate).
  • Rear view camera installation and connection issues
  • Mitsubishi Outlander III / Outlander IV rear view camera installation. Connection diagram. VIDEO
    Mitsubishi Outlander III / Outlander IV front view camera installation. Connection diagram. VIDEO
  • Installing a rear view camera. Connection. Pinout
    Installing the front view camera. Connection. Pinout
  • How to connect non-original camera to MMCS # post180482
  • Manual for installing Mitsubishi stock camera # post117221
  • Camera connection options # post117222
  • Rear view camera wiring diagram (option) # post23626
  • Auto switch to camera when reverse mode is engaged R # post23659
  • How the camera helps to “peek out” or the advantage of wide angle cameras # post117225
  • Standard illumination of reversing lights is sufficient for visibility at night # post50282
  • USEFUL LINKS
    Outlander Rear View Camera Dirt 2013-2014-2015-2016-2017-2018-2019MY # post389800
    Installing a rear view camera washer Mitsubishi Outlander 2013MY, 2014MY, 2015MY, 2016MY, 2017MY, 2018MY, 2019MY # post389800
    Rear view camera washer Mitsubishi Outlander 2013-2019MY # post389800
  • Last edited by Ball; 11/06/2018 at 16:11. Reason: upd_

    The stock camera does not show correctly. Checking on a car without MMCS
    Inspection Procedure 1: Rear view camera image is not correctly displayed.

    The stock camera does not show correctly. Checking on a car with MMCS
    Inspection Procedure 1: Rear view camera image is not correctly displayed.

    Native rear-view camera. Description and working principle

    Once again I ask for help! The stock camera was connected, but the ruler disappeared. Is it spelled out in my head or we just didn’t find?

    Now I have eaten. Yes. in the settings of the standard GU.
    There are cameras with a ruler.
    For example, I have one (Pleervox PLV-CAM-D).
    For me and GU (not MayDin), the camera also seems to have a ruler.

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    Thank! It can be seen that you need to buy another camera.

    Installing a rear view camera Mitsubishi Outlander 3 Invite S03
    Started installing the rear view camera, but stalled again:
    – it is necessary to drill / saw a hole for the camera in the metal part of the cover. because it simply does not exist
    – the wiring that I purchased turns out to be only in the trunk lid itself (this is the first jamb). I was counting on it until the GU itself. in general, the wiring ends at the level of the rear side window and there are no empty pads / plugs nearby.
    In general, we look at the photo report.

    We disassemble the rear door trim. we start from the top

    The lower part cannot be removed just like that. we take a screwdriver with a rag and go

    I already pulled out the right rubber band with a washer tube and put it in a partially new one

    I installed a new rubber band and connected the washer tube. all connectors are existing, nothing needs to be cut

    Having connected the washer hose, I went through the existing holes in the body and the caps on the wiring. this led me to the rear right window. there are no pads nearby, except for the yellow wire (after going along it I found a chip for connecting the SRS shutter)
    Walking along the caps on the wiring and the existing holes in the body came here

    Through the existing holes and caps I came to the door to the place where the camera was installed. there are no holes for the camera, but there is a platform where it should be (highlighted in red)

    Not a single piston suffered. even though the assembly and Kaluga, the quality of the pistons and plastic remained at the level.
    Briefly: you start to disassemble the trunk lid trim from the very top (central part). pull the side closer to the hinges, then remove the sidewalls, and finally the bottom. there is a window at the bottom. you open it and pull this hole down. (the first time I inserted a screwdriver from the side, the second I pulled stupidly).
    The most important thing is to do it in a warm room and in no case on the street at negative temperatures, otherwise you will break the caps (although they are strong).

    I laid the wiring for the camera from the rear right glass to the radio. I bought three wires of 5 meters each (there was enough pump in the butt) and one tulip.
    I cut off the chip that was on the wiring from the camera itself to the right glass and soldered to the new ones.
    I checked the work of the camera on twists. it works

    Because I took the radio tape recorder without the CanBus adapter (it is needed to turn on the RockFORD amplifier, send a signal to the GU that reverse gear is on, and perhaps that’s all), so the signal cable to the radio tape recorder had to be made by myself. the power cable for the rear light. I found it near the ETAKS unit (blue wire ). I had almost no wires in connector 108, I was connecting to blue on etacs. Everything works from 12V, did not alter anything (on the Internet they write that the voltage on the camera is 6V).
    Be careful. there is a bunch of blue wires next to it. check with a tester by turning on reverse gear with the ignition on

    The pinout of the camera is as follows:
    – pink (P). we connect the camera power to the blue wire of the rear light (it’s easier to do this near ETAKS)
    – red (R). camera power (-) can be connected to the car body anywhere (I connected it near the rear right window in metal)
    – white (W). the central core of the video signal
    – green (G). video signal body (I don’t know how to call it correctly)
    Near the radio tape recorder white and green (be guided by the standard colors, I took the colors that were and first soldered near the tulip) we solder on the tulip and connect to the radio tape recorder.
    And now. When you turn on the reverse, the camera automatically turns on, by the way it turns on even if Android is just starting.

    The original camera does not have a marking of parking lines (it was drawn by the standard original head), my GU (although there is a jackdaw in the settings) does not want to draw it.

    P.S. The standard (factory) camera operates on a 6 volt network (the standard GU gives it such power), but on the forum many people use their own camera with third-party radio tape recorders and power the camera from 12 V. I checked. however, everything works without any power reduction adapters!
    P.S.s. if not everything is clear from my description. we look at the last two photos and figure it out ourselves)))
    Screen from the Outlander 3 manual (page 102)

    Pinout with a description by color on the original radio, probably W-12

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