Toyota Genuine Dash Cam

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  1. marcpablo

    marcpablo Junior Member

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    I don’t have any experience with that model, but you can find its Owner’s Manual and viewer software on DENSO TEN’s website.

    If you buy one from a dealer in Canada and don’t have them install it, be sure to ask for a copy of the installation instructions and the “Accessory Installation Practices” document. I believe the dash camera kit has part number PK6A3-33HT0, and the wire harness kit has part number PK6A4-33HW0. You may also need a nut, 90179-A0010.
     
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    Hummm, I did not know there is an OEM dash cam for Toyota cars. How much is this in CAD or USD? Does this unit have any unique features that could not be replaced by an aftermarket dash cam, like integration to the head unit or something??? Just curious.
     
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    $521 - $575 installed (on different Toyota models). Ouch! For less money, I'll keep using my Go Pro mounted on a windshield suction mount. I can put in 128 GB card and store a lot of hours of footage, it will do loop recording, stills, and when I get where I'm going I take it off the suction mount and take it with me. The Go Pro has an IOS and Android app which works well, you can control the device live. And, it accepts voice commands (i.e. "GoPro take a photo").

    Go Pro Hero 5 $190. Suction mount about $35. SD card about 30-$50 depending on brand.
     
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