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Axxess AXBUCH6V-HK1 (OEM) Camera Retention Harness w/ 6V Converter For Hyundai & Kia Vehicles

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Axxess AXBUCH6V-HK1 Factory (OEM) Camera Retention Harness w/ 6v Converter For Hyundai & Kia Vehicles

The Axxess Hyundai/KIA (with NAV) 2014 through 2017 Backup Cam Retain-Add-on Interface with 6-Volt Converter retains the factory backup camera to an aftermarket radio. It also allows an aftermarket camera to be added to the factory screen. This product includes the AX-CAM6V 12-volt to 6-volt converter.

Product Information Sheet


  • Retains The Factory Backup Camera To An Aftermarket Radio
  • Allows An Aftermarket Camera To Be Added To The Oem Screen
  • Includes The AXBUCH6V-HK1 12v To 6v Converter
  • Compatible With Hyundai Elantra 2017, Elantra Gt 2016-2017, Genesis Sedan 2016, Santa Fe 2017, Santa Fe Sport 2017, Sonata 2015-2017, Tucson 2016-2017 & Veloster 2016-2017
  • Compatible With KIA Cadenza 2017, Forte 2017
  • niro 2017, Optima 2016-2017, Sedona 2015-2017, Sorento 2016-2017, Soul 2014-2017 & Sportage 2017

  • owner's manual
  • 13" AXBUCH6V-HK1  harness
  • 14" AXBUCH6V-HK1 12V-to-6V converter harness
  • 4' Green/purple wire
  • Installation Instructions


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