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NEED REARVIEW MIRROR CONNECTOR PIN I.D. (with camera)


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#1 OFFLINE   kaliman78alfa

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Posted 23 January 2012 - 10:38 PM

Hello!

Need rearview mirror connector pin ID chart for Ford Escape 2010 (Rearview camera display, MIC, Compass. FoMoCo 16 pin connector).

I've bought the mirror on ebay so I can install it on a '08 Mazda CX-9 using a generic chinese ebay's NTSC rearview camera system. I just need the mirror's connector pin ID so I can install the generic camera. Only using camera feature and perhaps auto flare, MIC and Compass features are unnecessary since the Mazda already features both of them, separated from the very basic factory mirror. (MIC on dash, Compass as separate box below mirror. No outside mirror auto flare feature).

I wanted to use original Mazda parts at first, but CX-9's original rearview aid system only works throught factory DVD NAVI LCD interface/console, which is not present in this car, and would be super expensive to buy and install. None CX-9 uses the mirror as interface, only LCD display at DVD console, so I've bought a generic ebay's rearview camera system instead, which will work OK, but available chinese mirror units are just too cheap and ugly, so I've additionally bought this Escape mirror to use it instead, so it won't look as a fake i-pod.

I am an experienced technician, so it won't be too hard for me to perform the modification once I have Ford's mirror schematics on hand.

Initially I was planning to take apart Ford's mirror once it arrives to my mailbox, so I can deduct the schematics by interpretation of integrated circuit board, but FoMoCo's mirror happened to be tricky and risky to open so I prefer to get the wiring schematics without braking anything.

I hope you guys can help me on this so I don't have to buy the whole Escape's wiring diagrams only for such a basic data.

Thanks for any help!












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