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Axxess AXBUCH-T26V Back-Up Camera Retain/Add-On Toyota 2006-2013

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Axxess AXBUCH-T26V Back-Up Camera Retain/Add-On Toyota 2006-2013

Back-Up Rear Camera Retention Harness with 12 Volt to 6 Volt Camera Stepdown Converter (AXBUCH-T26V) by Axxess¬ģ. Make the most out of your system with this superior video installation product designed to deliver the finest quality video signal needed to give you high color accuracy and image brightness that will boost your video experience to the next level.

Product Information Sheet


  • Retains the factory backup camera to an aftermarket radio
  • Allows an aftermarket camera to be added to the OEM screen (Display and navigation model radios only)
  • 6-volt camera turn-on included


  • 6 volt camera turn on included 

Vehicle Fitment:


  • 4-Runner (with factory amp) 2012-2013
  • 4-Runner 2006-2011
  • Avalon 2011-2012
  • Camry 2007-2011
  • Highlander 2008-2012
  • Prius 2010-2011
  • Sienna 2008-2010
  • Sequoia (with factory amp) 2008-2012
  • Tundra (with factory amp) 2007-2013
  • Venza (with NAV) 2009-2012

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