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iBeam TE-3BCE Third Brake Light Backup Camera for Chevrolet Express 2003-2018

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iBeam TE-3BCE Third Brake Light Backup Camera

Our iBeam 1/3inch CMOS third brake light backup camera fits Chevrolet Express models 2003 ‚Äď 2018. The sleek water resistant design is a direct replacement for OEM factory brake lights ‚Äď offering a perfect fit. With a 170 degree viewing angle ‚Äď built-in microphone and 0 lux IR LED night vision ‚Äď this camera provides a clear representation of all activity directly behind the vehicle under any conditions. Defeatable parking lines allow drivers to maneuver their vehicle with confidence. Includes all necessary cables for installation ‚Äď with a 4-Pin Din to RCA adapter as an added bonus.


  • Direct replacement for OEM third brake light
  • Water resistant design
  • 1/3-inch CMOS camera
  • 170 degree viewing angle
  • 0 lux IR LED night vision
  • Defeatable parking lines
  • Includes 10 meter video cable with 4-Pin Din connector
  • Includes 4-Pin Din to RCA adapter cable
  • Built-in microphone

Wire Lengths

  • Extension Cable – 7M/23FT
  • Camera Cable – .61M/2FT

Vehicle Fitment:

  • Chevrolet Express Van 2003 – 2018
  • GMC -Savana 2003 – 2018

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