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Old 06-16-2012, 05:21 PM   #26
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New 2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek Compact Crossover SUV: 2012 New York Auto Show
by James M. Flammang on 04.02.2012 00:28

Subaru is introducing a brand-new model for 2013, which makes its world debut at the New York Auto Show. Billed as a “fun to drive” compact crossover vehicle, the 2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek is based on the subcompact Subaru Impreza platform. Significant body and chassis revisions have been made, according to Subaru, resulting in a “go-anywhere stance and attitude.” Premium and step-up Limited editions will be offered.

Black side- and wheel-arch cladding, rocker spoiler and rails contrast with the XV’s body color. Raised ride height mates with an 8.7-inch ground clearance, to help in clearing obstacles. Up front is a unique grille, matched by distinctive front and rear bumpers, as well as 17-inch wheels. A roof spoiler and dark-tint privacy glass will be standard.

Under the XV Crosstrek’s hood, a 2.0-liter “boxer” (horizontally-opposed) four-cylinder engine develops 148 horsepower. When the XV goes on sale in fall 2012, buyers may choose a five-speed manual gearbox or Subaru’s Lineartronic continuously variable transmission (CVT). The manual gearbox incorporates Subaru’s Incline Start Assist feature, which briefly holds the vehicle while the driver coordinates brake and clutch action to pull away from a stop. The CVT includes a paddle-selected manual mode with six preset ratios, to simulate operation of a conventional transmission.

Subaru estimates fuel economy at 23 mpg in city driving and 33 mpg on the highway, with a 15.9-gallon fuel tank. An ECO gauge is standard, to help monitor mileage.

Like all Subaru models, the 2013 XV Crosstrek will have symmetrical all-wheel drive. Two distinct AWD systems are used, depending on the transmission.

Safety features include a driver’s knee airbag, front-side pelvis/torso airbags, and side-curtain airbags. The passenger front airbag has a shell-type design with a center groove, exposing the occupant to less impact force upon deployment. Vehicle Dynamics Control combines stability and traction control functions.

Rear legroom approaches that of some midsize cars, according to Subaru. Standard 60/40 split rear seatbacks fold to produce cargo volume of 52.4 cubic feet. The cargo area contains a removable waterproof tray, tie-down hooks, and grocery bag hooks.

A tilt/telescopic steering wheel is standard. The 2013 Subaru XV Crosstek Limited edition adds a standard CVT, leather-trimmed upholstery, automatic climate control, automatic on/off headlights, a rear-seat armrest, and display-type audio system. Limited models also have an All-Weather package, including heated front seats and mirrors. Options include a moonroof and a navigation system with integrated rear-vision camera.
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Old 06-16-2012, 06:02 PM   #27
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Old 06-16-2012, 06:20 PM   #28
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The crosstek is going to have the rear view camera option on the limited, so its going to get a USDM part number, and I guess then we can start retrofitting our imprezas.

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Old 07-04-2012, 11:25 PM   #29
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ot find anymore information on the OEM camera, for now I opted for a cheaper solution and got one on eBay for $24, I used a dremel tool and a very fine file and ended up with this in the OEM location.
Hi ZURCALED12,
I'm working on installing the rear view camera project for my impreza HB.
I'm hoping that you might share some of your experience to help with my project.
I would like to install a cam at same location as you and i'm wondering how did you get the wires back into the car?
For the power wire, I figured I would used the backup light, and was able to open up the light assembly by taking out the two bolts. It seems I can get access to the backup light power from there.
So how do I get the backup light wire to go from that location to hatch harness.


Then how do get the video wire from the hatch harness to inside of the car?

I was looking the the big black plastic cover on the driver side of the trunk and can't figure out how to open that, Or did you have to open it?

Anyway, really hope you can guide me thought these fine details.
Thanks in advance.

BTW, ST eye from this forum used this ebay camera:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/280884246911...#ht_5914wt_932

It seems to work for him. No issues with image being reversed.

I think the install was easier for the sedan. There no issues with wire being in different sections of the car (hatch/trunk/light well).
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Old 08-07-2012, 10:47 PM   #30
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Cool been gone for a while , on vacation

bobdole888,
All you have to do is take off the rubber grommet from the white plastic retainer, once you do that, you snake the wires trough with a little bit of elbow grease, but I notice that all i had to use was a little bit of lithium grease went right in!
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The OEM car's radio harness has the Speed sensor wire on the harness, connect the after market radio speed sensor wire to it. And the REVERSE wire on the harness as well, you do not need to tap into any wires or cut anything in the hatch or trunk, also
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Old 08-07-2012, 11:08 PM   #32
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The crosstek is going to have the rear view camera option on the limited, so its going to get a USDM part number, and I guess then we can start retrofitting our imprezas with the OEM subaru cameras.
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Old 08-10-2012, 02:42 AM   #33
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bobdole888,
All you have to do is take off the rubber grommet from the white plastic retainer, once you do that, you snake the wires trough with a little bit of elbow grease, but I notice that all i had to use was a little bit of lithium grease went right in!
Thanks, but I decided to have a professional do the install for me, since I couldn't figure out how to route the wires.
After seeing how they did it, I think I could have done it myself.
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Old 08-19-2012, 12:13 AM   #35
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I will be picking up my 2013 LTD 5door Impreza on Monday night and hope to take some pictures of the camera/hatch (anything that doens't need too much disassembly (I'm a noob at cars). Canadian equipment includes the camera as standard on the limited. I played with an XV today while waiting for paperwork and instead of using the factory radio for the video output it is using the 4.3" dash mounted screen instead.
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Old 08-19-2012, 01:01 AM   #36
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Do people really need back up cameras that badly? I admit I like having it when I drive my dads Toyota Tundra...but I have never needed one for either of my cars. You get no vision of the sides and I always just look back over my shoulder. I just can't in the truck because of the tool box.

Seems like a lot of work for something that people did without for 100+ years of automobile history.
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Old 02-03-2013, 03:16 PM   #37
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Thumbs up OEM camera on 13' Impreza!

Well, well, well what Europe and Japan gets first, we just got in the 2013 of this model, so for the 13' impreza now they come with the option of a OEM rear view camera, but don't get your hopes up high yet, cause it's only available if you order your subie with NAVIGATION. But as always I will get a part number for the kit. I just have to reach out to people out here and and other forums. Here are a few pictures of the installed OEM camera at the factory.


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Old 02-03-2013, 05:11 PM   #38
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I'm hoping to score the non nav radio, (CM631UD), and will be looking for this as well if I can make it happen.

I too was wondering about the compatability of the camera between the non nav and nav units since they are from different sources. I too would prefer the factory camera if it comes available. I'm wondering if the nav camera is also 6 volts rather than 12 like the aftermarket units. The exact right one would be nice, even if the wiring needs to be run to make it work.

I'll be keeping an eye on this thread. Has anybody asked on the International thread if they can obtain a part number?


John

edit: also wondering if part numbers are different for 4 door and 5 door models? Wouldn't think so, but who knows.

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Cool Finally Progress!

Okay everyone has been waiting for this for 1 year, and here it is the part number for the 2012-2013 Impreza Camera 86267FJ000 and it's a whole lot of money too. $234.47 from Heuberger Subaru
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I do like that it is recessed inside that cavity rather than sticking out. Also it would/should power from the 6 volt tap on the HU specific for the camera. I realize the price may turn off some in favor of an inexpensive aftermarket unit, but.................

Thank You for providing the part number. If it all comes together, this is the route I plan to go.

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Old 02-07-2013, 07:26 AM   #41
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As an aside to the stuff above, I just noticed that my local dealers e-store now shows the "chrome" trunk trim for a 2013 Impreza 4 door WITH CAMERA. Implication being that the opening is already cut out. Not that it is dificult to cut the opening, but that is good to see something listed regarding the OEM camera. Not sure if this shows up on Huebergers site or not.

Makes me wonder if the wiring might be there on the newer cars. (Here's hoping.)

Note: My local dealer recently sold to another group and their site is undergoing a complete overhaul. Not even a direct link to their e-store yet but I located it.

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Old 02-28-2013, 10:46 PM   #42
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Unhappy Oem Camera & Board

Yes, OEM cameras are pretty much ALL 6 VOLTS, most OEM head units power the camera with the 6 VOLTS on their dedicated harness & some come with a pre-wired board. My 2012 LIMITED did NOT have the wires pre-wired in the hatch. The price is kinda steep on the OEM camera, but if you want that OEM look and it's a nice & clean cut opening on the rear garnish. I am going to order my new garnish and camera for a summer install, The only problem is going to be getting the 6VOLTS? I may have to make a 6 VOLTS mini power supply board in line with the harness.

HERE IS THE SOLUTION! , YEAH BUDDY!

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Old 03-01-2013, 06:31 AM   #43
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When I changed out my HU there was no wiring in place for the factory camera. I did purchase the wire harness from SVXdc for the HU. Since it would require more adapting to use the stock camera, ie: cutting the plug off that, I decided to go with a Rydeen MINy. It has the correct plug to fit the harness I purchased and its small size, ( I think), will allow it to be located under the garnish as the stocker would.

When I was checking out the Rydeen site, they make mention of no warranty on anything of theirs sold over the internet. THEY DO NOT DO INTERNET SALES, PERIOD. I spoke with them and confirmed that. If you find a local dealer, the camera will have a 1 year warranty from date of purchase. I'm not sure when I will get round to the install, but I hope to sooner than later.

The MINy has a very tiny mounting base that you can either use double sided tape to attach or some small screws. What I am thinking about doing is to have a piece of flat aluminum, attach the camera to that and put some industrial velcro and stick it through the hole in the trunk. I **think** that will work. it would also allow easy adjustment and replacement if needed. The mounting base has a swivel so you can adjust the angle to catch view of your bumper. (I was also considering the Rydeen Duo but there is no adjustment. Once I saw how tiny the MINy was, I was not too concerned about mounting being an issue under the garnish.

Further, SVXdc says this camera will power off the 6vdc lead on the HU.

I just can't bring myself to buy a OEM camera and then cut off the plug and adapt a connector. If there had been wiring in place, I likely would have gone OEM, but that was not the case.

The next question is the rear garnish. Do I cut the one I have, which will leave an exposed edge to the bright plating, possibly allowing it to peel? Or, do I bite the bullet and buy the one already with the cut out?


It may be a while before I get going on the install. I'll report when I do.

Oh yeah, the MINy was 100 bucks from a local auto shop. I do believe I saw them for about 60 some bucks on flea bay, but as I mentioned, no warranty from Rydeen.

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Well, I started my install yeaterday afternoon. Perhaps I'll finish up tonight after work if time allows. I have a chunk of flat aluminum left over from something I was doing. My plan is to attach the camera to it and stick that assembly to the trunk lid from the inside using verlcro through the provided hole. That would allow easy access for replacement or adjustment if necessary. I was able to use a nylon fish tape to get the wire through most of the car. Getting the back seat out is easy once you figure out how. About in the middle of the left and right seating position, you can feel a spot where you can get two fingers in at the base of the seat where it meets the floor. You can feel two little tabs. Get two fingers on those and pull gently toward the front of the car. That will release the catches. There is not really too much to the back seat. The sill plates just lift off. Other than the trunk lid liner, that is all I have needed to remove. (edit: not counting the dash for HU access) My idea is to have the camera stick out the spot in the garnish only enough to do its job.

Since there was no factory wiring, it made the most sense to go with the aftermarked unit so all the connectors would work. I did plug in the camera and test it. It's all good. Everything left to do is in the deck lid. Powered from the HU with SVXdc's harness. Red power lead in the back has the end cleared so it will not short out. I used a bolt from the deck hinge for the ground, and as others mentioned, I put the ground off the HU harness under one screw for the HU mounting bracket.

As an aside to all this, I recently had my drivers door mirror destroyed from a ball of ice that was thrown up off the road from the tip of a plow on an oncoming state truck. Thankfully no other damage resulted. That was 400 bucks to replace that. (More if the glass had broken.) Having a gallon ziplock bag over the remainder of the mirror for a couple weeks made a good case for the camera for all you naysayers, as I use my mirrors for backing.

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Question? I recall reading somewhere around here about being able to adjust the grid lines for the backup camera. I did a search to no avail. Gave up after 45 minutes. Does anybody recall where it was?


I did finish up my install tonight and the Rydeen tucks in nicely under the garnish where the factory one would go. I'll post some pics in the next few days. Been some long hours at work lately. I have to go in real early tomorrow so I'll be able to eval it in the dark. I did decide to purchase the garnish with the cutout already there.

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Default Adjust rear camera parking guide lines on CP635U1 and CM631UD

These are Subaru's instructions for the Forester CP635U1. May be the same for your Impreza CM631UD:
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  1. Ignition key to ACC
  2. HU to Audio OFF
  3. Hold Preset 6 button
  4. Rotate TUNE/TRACK/CH knob 30 clicks (probably fewer)
  5. See Version Information screen (release #6 button)
  6. Press knob (MENU/ENTER)
  7. See uploader screen
  8. Press knob (MENU/ENTER)
  9. See rear view camera marker adjust screen
  10. Hold MENU/ENTER knob/button
  11. See rear camera image with parking guide lines (release knob/button)
  12. Use only these keys to adjust lines:
    • TUNE/TRACK/CH knob - move lines up (CCW) / down (CW)
    • >> - Move lines right
    • << - Move lines left
    • MENU/ENTER - Exit line-adjust mode
  13. Turn ignition key OFF and wait 60 seconds or more to write new settings. Do not turn on ignition key or disconnect battery during that time.

ADDED: While on the rear camera marker screen (not in marker adjust mode), use these buttons to adjust other options (thanks nubsub, see his post here):
  • 2 - Switch warning text between French/English
  • 3 - Choose between one of four Parking guide marker/line styles
  • 5 - Move the warning text to either top or bottom of the screen
  • 6 - Turn parking lines/markers on or off

The Fujitsu Ten nav HUs use touch-screen buttons, and have additional buttons to rotate the lines and to reset to the default position.

The FT nav HU does not appear to have an option to completely hide the lines (at least nobody has found one yet).
Let me know if any of that is not correct and I'll update this post.

The instructions for Forester say to make a "+" marker with tape, on the pavement 500 mm (19.69") behind your bumper along the centerline of the car. The on-screen ticks on the far left and right edges in the lower third of the screen should be set to line up with the bumper. On an Impreza and/or with a non OEM camera, you may need to position those lines differently.

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News Unpainted Trunk/Hatch Trim W/Camera Cut-Out

Okay the Lift Gate trim panel/Garnish CORRECT part number is: 91111FJ180NN it's $72.86 and it does not come painted.





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Here is an inexpensive 12v to 6v converter from fleabay. I tested it with an input voltage of 6vdc to 12vdc and it held steady at 6vdc. Rated current capacity appears to be well above the current draw for these Clarion cameras.


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I spent a few minutes playing with my OEM camera today to verify that it will work. Here is a picture of the camera which came from a 2011 or 2012 Forester. I cut off the factory plug since I will have to splice into the wires and then hooked up 6vdc to the power leads.

The first picture shows the camera and four exposed wires. The second picture shows my Pioneer manual to demonstrate that the picture is indeed reversed. The camera works with a minimum of 4vdc and quickly provides a picture once power is supplied. I have no idea if it can handle 12vdc and am not willing to try. Please disregard the picture quality since it's an old tv, cell phone picture, shaking hand, etc, etc.

Next job will be to plug everything in to the Pioneer head unit and test it in the car.



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Hi All,
Are the new Subaru Crosstrek Premiumís with a basic radioís coming prewired for a backup camera? I ask because so many Crosstreks are coming with NAV units and all Limitedís come standard with backup cameras. I have access to a new Crosstrek radio that had backup installed before it was pulled. The owner is keeping their camera.
Would really appreciate some insight.
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