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Were can I find the wiring schematic for the backup camera on the tailgate of a 2008

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The complete Ford factory wiring diagram for your vehicle is available from Helm. The hard copy costs an arm and a leg, but you can buy 3 days of online access for $11.

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What are you wanting to do? I have alot of the information for SOME of the wiring for the back up camera. I actually tapped into mine in the cab and have the image also projected onto my Pioneer AVIC Z2.

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I want to do something similar. I am putting a Voyager Display Unit in my SD (which has the factory tailgate camera and mirror display). I am connecting a couple of cameras on my trailer. This display can take up to 4 inputs, so I would like to add the backup camera for optional full time display on this aftermarket unit. I am trying to figure out which wires provide the video feed from the camera and where (in the dash) I could access them. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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