Reviewed By Michael S (Columbia Falls, MT) Reviewed for a 2005 Dodge Ram —4/24/2016 8:42 PM
GREAT MONITOR, EASY INSTALL. WELL WORTH THE MONEY.
Reviewed By michael p (Spring, TX) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford F-150 —4/22/2016 7:02 AM
I purchased this for my 2006 F-150 along with the backup camera and I am very happy with the results. At least regarding the installation and display. The installation was very easy, especially for the backup camera, no tapping into back up lights or power wires, just run the line from the camera to the monitor and your done. Very simple. I have it in transmission mode only. I placed it in tow/haul mode and the engine sounded very aggressive but I have the basic exhaust. Great product!
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