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  • #31
    Originally posted by sinisterj View Post
    Anyone know if this works with the teraflex hinged tire carrier with savegres?
    Since it's just a plate that slips over the studs, it should work just fine.
    Jeff

    2013 Sahara
    AEV 2.5 XT lift, front/rear bumpers, hood, argent Pintlers, 315/70/17 Duratracs

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    • #32
      Las Vegas

      Anybody in Las Vegas got one of these, I need to borrow the procal.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Browndog View Post
        Anybody in Las Vegas got one of these, I need to borrow the procal.

        Procals are vin locked...can only be used on one vehicle unless the settings are restored to stock


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        • #34
          Originally posted by etl330 View Post
          Procals are vin locked...can only be used on one vehicle unless the settings are restored to stock


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          x2, you gotta get your own.
          Jeff

          2013 Sahara
          AEV 2.5 XT lift, front/rear bumpers, hood, argent Pintlers, 315/70/17 Duratracs

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          • #35
            That sucks, I guess I'm off to the dealer to get my jeep computer flashed for a camera.

            I have a AEV procal for my lift, wish it would do the camera without having to spend another fortune.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Browndog View Post
              That sucks, I guess I'm off to the dealer to get my jeep computer flashed for a camera.

              I have a AEV procal for my lift, wish it would do the camera without having to spend another fortune.
              I don't know if a dealer can flash for a camera since it wasn't an option on the JK. Normally when a dealership plugs in the scan tools it pulls the vin and will only allow them to activate features that were offered from Jeep directly.
              Jon

              2008 Rubicon Unlimited
              4.5" AEV lift, 37" Nitto Trail Grapplers, AEV front/rear bumpers, AEV Corners, Factory Ten Axle Shafts.

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              • #37
                From another forum

                No it works lots of people have already done it.

                Credit to another forum:

                PARK VIEW REAR BACK-UP CAMERA VEHICLE CONFIGURATION
                Vehicle VIN must be updated with the sales code of the added accessory in order to enable system functionality. Using the DealerCONNECT website and the StarSCAN diagonstic tool, complete the procedure below:
                1. Log on to https://dealerconnect.chrysler.com
                2. In the “Vehicle Option” screen under the “Global Claims System” category in the “Service” tab, enter the vehicle VIN and add the sales code XAC (Park View Rear Back-Up Camera) as a “Dealer Installed Option” and code XRV
                (Audio and Video Output).
                3. Confirm that the new sales code has been successfully added to the VIN.
                With the StarSCAN diagnostic tool connected to both the internet (via Ethernet port or wireless connection) and the vehicle, follow the steps below:
                4. Using the StarScan select the VEHICLE PREPARATION and then select RESTORE VEHICLE CONFIGURATION.
                5. Follow the step by step instructions on the StarSCAN to complete the Park View Rear Back-Up Camera vehicle configuration.
                6. When the Park View Rear Back-Up Camera Vehicle Configuration is complete, go to the Validation Process to verify that the vehicle has been updated.
                VALIDATION PROCESS
                From the “Initial Start Up” screen on the StarSCAN follow the steps below:
                1. Using the StarSCAN follow the menu to ECU VIEW, select TIPMCGW CENTRAL GATEWAY, MORE OPTIONS,
                ECU DETAILS and then CONFIG INFO
                2. Verify REAR CAMERA PRESET- - - -SET is present

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                • #38
                  Update:
                  With a bit of modification to the bracket, AEV was able to fit the new Camera/CHMSL on my Jeep behind the Hutchinson Rock Monster wheels. I believe they had to oblong the holes a bit. I will add a pic tomorrow.
                  -Jeff
                  Certified New Car Sales Consultant & Jeep specialist @ Szott M59 Chrysler Jeep, 6700 Highland Rd., White Lake, MI 48383. (248) 535-4333 jkashat@comcast.net

                  I don't just sell Jeeps, I own them, I modify them, I wheel them, and I occasionally break them and have to repair them.

                  Previous: 2010 JKUR AEV
                  Current: 2012 JKUR AEV (FOR SALE) http://forum.aev-conversions.com/sho...189#post102189
                  Next: 2016 JKUR Hard Rock

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                  • #39
                    Just got the Rear Camera Kit installed today by a local car audio installer. 3 hrs. for installation was about right. The quality of the video is extremely impressive. The local car auto installation guys said it's very apparent the quality of components used in the kit and the quality of the camera is one of the best they have seen.

                    I really like seeing what is behind me when I back up. No more being 90% sure I won't hit something. Now I can be 100% sure. ;-)

                    Best regards,

                    MaxMax256

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                    • #40
                      I installed mine over the weekend. I have an '08 with NAV. Took me 4 hours to install, but I had to deal with a Tuffy Security Deck Enclosure. I'm impressed with the product, factory-like connections, and the view out the back since I can't see out otherwise over my 35" AEV spare on the AEV bumper. I figure if it saves me one hit in the parking lot or anywhere else, it paid for itself.

                      Must say, the installation instructions leave a lot to be desired. Lots of steps are left out/skipped, like where to route wires without interference when re-installing the radio, where to install those little blue locking clips, where to pry to get those cursed dash panels & trim off w/o breaking, etc. Had to pull out my factory service manual for reference & to on the web for help. I think AEV could have done a much better job. But, very happy with the back-up system. Sharp, clear, and worked the first time w/o problems.

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                      • #41
                        Please post where the factory clips on the dash are located and what order to remove the panels.

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                        • #42
                          I think this is awesome news! With my 35" spare and extra fuel tank, I cant see a thing from my rear view mirror.

                          I was planning on a mygig lock pick install this summer, but now there is an alternative.

                          Has anyone compared the two systems? The mygig system supports multiple cameras, but installation is a bit daunting.

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                          • #43
                            I installed one of these a few weeks ago and it was pretty easy, but as others have said the instructions could be A LOT better, wasn't really sure how to route the wire once I got to the dash, so I just were I it was out of the way and looked good.

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                            • #44
                              How's the quality of the camera? Is picture super clear or grainy?

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                              • #45
                                The picture is super clear and not grainy at all. I do notice that the color range is not quite wide. Compared to the camera picture in my 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee, the colors are a little muted.

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