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Axxess AXBUCH-T16V Backup Camera Retain/Add-on for Vehicle Toyota 2013-2016

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Axxess AXBUCH-T16V Backup Camera Retain/Add-on Toyota 2013-2016

This is the Axxess AX-TOYCAM1-6V | AXBUCH-T16V 2012 - 2015 Toyota OEM Backup Camera Retention Harness. If you are changing the OEM head unit and wish to retain the OEM backup camera, this is the product for you.

Product Information Sheet
Instruction Manual


  • Retains the factory backup camera to an aftermarket radio
  • Allows an aftermarket camera to be added to the factory screen (Display and navigation model radios only)
  • Includes the AXCSD-6V 12-volt to 6-volt converter

Vehicle Fitment:


  • FR-S 2016
  • iM 2016
  • tC 2016


  • 4-Runner 2014-2016
  • 4-Runner (without NAV) 2013
  • Avalon 2015-2016
  • Camry 2014-2016
  • Corolla 2014-2016
  • Highlander 2014-2016
  • Prius C 2015
  • Prius V 2015
  • Rav-4 2015-2016
  • Rav-4 (before build date Nov. 2013) 2014
  • Sienna 2015
  • Sequoia 2014-2016
  • Tacoma 2014-2016
  • Tundra 2014-2016
  • Venza 2015-2016

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