There is a simple yellow BNC plug-in terminal on the back. You can use anything.Hmm. Edge makes their own camera that is supposed to work with the cts3, but they don't specify if you can use an aftermarket camera with it. The Edge camera is $200!!! The $25 camera i bought for my wife's truck works fantastic with her double din head unit, I would rather use that camera if I can.
Yes, I will have to do something for troubleshooting.Hey Jax, something a friend of mine came up with, was instead of hooking the camera up to the reverse lights, he hooked it up to a toggle switch in the dash. So he could turn it on when moving around trying to get under trailers. ( So it stays on when you pull up and move over 1/2")
Might be able to rig something like that temporary to rule out a problem with the light circuit on your truck?
Just a random thought from a nut.
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I'll have to check it out. I just got my OBD-II to USB adapter yesterday and I have not had the time to play with it yet. I think it must have a PID though, it shows on the snap-on scanner that I typically use. I used it for a data run a few weeks ago and watched my TC lock up cycle on/off (one of my electrical gremlin issues).I dont think the OBS has a PID for TC lockup, or atleast ive never seen it on any scanner, Torque Pro, ForScan, etc? It will show gear Commanded though