• Master Tailgaters Replacement for Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 2016-2017 Chrome Tailgate Backup Reverse Handle with Camera
  • Master Tailgaters Replacement for Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 2016-2017 Chrome Tailgate Backup Reverse Handle with Camera
  • Master Tailgaters Replacement for Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 2016-2017 Chrome Tailgate Backup Reverse Handle with Camera
Master Tailgaters Replacement for Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 2016-2017 Chrome Tailgate Backup Reverse Handle with Camera
Master Tailgaters Replacement for Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 2016-2017 Chrome Tailgate Backup Reverse Handle with Camera
Master Tailgaters Replacement for Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 2016-2017 Chrome Tailgate Backup Reverse Handle with Camera

Master Tailgaters Replacement for Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 2016-2017 Chrome Tailgate Backup Reverse Handle with Camera

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  • Fits: Chevrolet Silverado / GMC Sierra Years 2016- 2017 (DOES NOT FIT 2014-2015)
  • Resolution: 600 TV Lines
  • Image sensor : 1/3" Sony CCD Chip, .5 lux light sensitivity
  • Angle: Wide View 170 Degrees
  • [Warranty]: This item is backed by a 3 year manufacturer warranty

Customer Reviews

If you're gonna add a reverse camera this is the correct way to do it!I used this camera on my 2009 GMC Sierra 2500 that did not come with a factory reverse camera. The wire is nicely loomed and the installation is straight forward. The only install recommendation I have is to drill your hole in the middle of the bottom of the tail gate, drill a 3/4 hole, fish wire through and use a rubber grommet to keep moisture out. There was even a hole in the body where the wiring would have run through from factory below the tail gate that I utilized and ran the camera harness along the truck's factory harness up to the cab. The picture is crystal clear and the handle bezel, camera, and handle all look OEM. A++++5Awesome!This camera is awesome! It is much cheaper than the actual GM part and the quality is the same. I have this installed in my 2013 Silverado extended cab and it is hooked up to a pioneer NEX 8200. On the back of the pioneer unit, there is a reverse gear signal wire that can be used for the positive connection to this camera. The ground can tie right in with your head unit ground. The only bad thing is you need to extend the camera power wires to go from your tailgate to the radio. Installation of the handle itself took less than 5 minutes. All you need to do is remove the three screws on the back of your tailgate and use a plastic pry tool pop the stock bezel off. Afterwards, you can drill a hole in the bottom of the tailgate to fish the wire harness through and the new bezel snaps into place with pressure clips. Afterwards, you reattach the three screws put the tailgate back on, and you're good to go. An alternate installation method would be to tie in with your reverse bulb wire on your tail light, however this might not produce enough power for the camera due to the fuse size allocated for the tail light. I have not tried this method to verify.5Excellent product. This is an OEM handle bezel and ...Excellent product. This is an OEM handle bezel and camera, labeled with GM part numbers. The power lead has an online fuse and the video lead is yellow component. I sanded and painted the bezel to match my truck. I installed with my Kenwood head unit. The guide lines are from the head unit, not the camera. The easiest place to bring the video lead in to the cab was where the transmission shift cable grommet comes through under the driver side carpet. Power was tied in from the trailer harness. You may need a 90 degree adapter for the video cable where it plugs in to your head unit, the space is quite limited.5Very helpfulThis camera has been very helpful in reversing out of parking lots with my GMC Sierra. I like particularly like this camera because it looks like it came from the factory. I'm happy with it and the picture quality.5Aesthetically looks great, but picture quality is disappointingI bought this to install on my 2008 Silverado, and the tailgate bezel fits perfectly and looks great. In fact, it looks like an OEM product. I inserted the wires into a split wire loom and ran along the frame up to the cab. Installation isn't for the faint of heart! It took patience and some creativity to fish the video cable into the cab and hook up to my new receiver. I tapped into the right rear reverse light for power. Once installed, I was a little "underwhelmed" at the picture quality. Others had commented about a great clear picture, but unless I got a bad camera, it was merely 'meh'. I can see objects behind the truck, but the quality just wasn't that great.There were wires on the harness that said to cut the white wire to remove parking lines. Since my receiver had adjustable lines, I wanted to remove the lines from the camera. However, when I cut the wire, it did nothing. The lines remained. This was another disappointment. If you look in the picture, you'll see that I just adjusted the receiver's lines to overlay the lines produced in the camera. This was an acceptable workaround, but not optimum, as I cannot further modify the lines to my distance preferences.For the price, this was a great addition to my truck, but I was slightly disappointed in the video quality, and the inability to remove the camera's generated parking lines.4Marginal fit and too wide angleThis product is a great idea, and it would be a truly great product if the developers hadn't made two mistakes. First, as other reviewers have noted, the fit isn't all that good. It helps to cut down the foam pads on either side of the handle, but even then the handle fits loosely. Second, while the sellers proudly boast that the camera has a very wide 170 degree field of view, the camera would actually be far more useful if the field of view was considerably narrower. At 170 degrees the image is highly distorted and extra wide angle makes it impossible to gauge distances, which is really important when backing up. Additionally, the wide angle means that about a third of the image captures open sky, which in addition to being useless, means that during daylight the bright sky causes the autoexposure function to dim the rest of the picture to compensate, so the ground image is too dark. About half the time I can't even see my trailer hitch because the image has been darkened too much to compensate for the sky. The wide angle also means that the trailer hitch image is too small to do any good. You can see that there's a hitch there but the image is so small (even with the 7 inch screen that I use) that you can't use that image to align the trailer to the ball. This product would be far more useful if the developers would aim the camera downward another 20 degrees or so to keep the sky out of the picture, and then narrow the field of view so the camera only sees the back bumper at the bottom of the frame and the horizon at the top.3Perfect for my truck!I seem to constantly be backing into things and hitting or nearly hitting them. The back window and the cap window in my Chevy truck are both tinted and IMPOSSIBLE to see out of when it's dark out. This camera is the bomb! I can now see what's behind me clearly and reverse safely. It's well lit and provides a great view of the entire area behind my truck. Since it's on the tailgate, I don't have to worry about it becoming dirty or blocked with snow, etc. I had this professionally installed by Best Buy along with a new stereo system. This camera system was highly recommended to me by Best Buy when I was shopping for a camera. It wasn't available through them, and they suggested that I purchase it through Amazon.5Works Fine, But Could Be BetterFirst off, this is a pretty unique product. I didn't find a whole lot of options for a tailgate handle cam for a 2005 Silverado 2500HD. The construction material seems to be on par with the factory ring, but the fit when installed is sloppy at best. It doesn't seem it would be that difficult to make the plastic clips hold tighter. I wasn't going to let it be, so I used a dab of silicone on the four tabs. Once dried, there is zero movement. Also of note, the foam cushions glued to the sides (mine came with one side missing) are too thick holding the sides of the ring away from the body. I trimmed these almost in half and again, but a dab of silicone on the pad.The cable lead coming off the back of the camera was just long enough to route straight down and through a drain hole....that's it. Putting the connection right between the bumper and tailgate. Ideally, this cable would be 6"-12" longer so this connection can at least be concealed below/behind. On a white truck, the black cable is hard enough to disguise, let alone that being the bulkier connection.All-in-all, the camera works fine. Don't expect some kind of 4K resolution or you'll be disappointed. Again, I didn't find a lot of options for this application. So with a little extra work, I'm happy with it.3Doesn t fit.When I first opened the box the product appeared to be well-made. I took my 2004 Chevrolet Silverado to my technician for the install. He removed my existing tailgate handle bezel and discovered that this bezel does not even come close to fitting properly. My truck is all-original, low mileage and never damaged. The tailgate is on my truck is the one that it left the factory with in 2004. Therefore, I know that my truck is not the problem, this camera set up is. I am returning it. I hope that I can find a similar item that is properly manufactured. I can t offer an opinion on the picture quality since my technician discovered that the bezel did not fit and did not attempt to install the wiring or test the camera.1The handle looks and fits just like original and installation was a breezeThe handle looks and fits just like original and installation was a breeze. There was plenty of video wire wrapped in wire loom to make it from the tailgate to the head unit. I ran my wiring up through the parking brake grommet in the floor pan to avoid drilling a hole in the firewall. I have no complaints about this unit, but do have suggestions. First, it would be nice to have the power and ground wires matched to the length of the video cable and also wrapped inside of the wire loom for protection and think it would be worth an added charge to the cost of the unit to have this feature. Second, there really should have been about another 2 or 3 inches of wiring coming from the camera to the disconnect so that it would ease with connecting and disconnecting the wire harness at the tailgate when removing the tailgate. However, I have never removed the tailgate on my 2013 Silverado 2500HD until I installed this camera, and probably won't in the future. Just saying though, it would be a nice upgrade to have these two featuresSo I have this 5 stars because it works like it is supposed to and the only issue I have with it are of a personal preference issue.5
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Description
  • Fits: Chevrolet Silverado / GMC Sierra Years 2016- 2017 (DOES NOT FIT 2014-2015)
  • Resolution: 600 TV Lines
  • Image sensor : 1/3" Sony CCD Chip, .5 lux light sensitivity
  • Angle: Wide View 170 Degrees
  • [Warranty]: This item is backed by a 3 year manufacturer warranty
Reviews

Customer Reviews

If you're gonna add a reverse camera this is the correct way to do it!I used this camera on my 2009 GMC Sierra 2500 that did not come with a factory reverse camera. The wire is nicely loomed and the installation is straight forward. The only install recommendation I have is to drill your hole in the middle of the bottom of the tail gate, drill a 3/4 hole, fish wire through and use a rubber grommet to keep moisture out. There was even a hole in the body where the wiring would have run through from factory below the tail gate that I utilized and ran the camera harness along the truck's factory harness up to the cab. The picture is crystal clear and the handle bezel, camera, and handle all look OEM. A++++5Awesome!This camera is awesome! It is much cheaper than the actual GM part and the quality is the same. I have this installed in my 2013 Silverado extended cab and it is hooked up to a pioneer NEX 8200. On the back of the pioneer unit, there is a reverse gear signal wire that can be used for the positive connection to this camera. The ground can tie right in with your head unit ground. The only bad thing is you need to extend the camera power wires to go from your tailgate to the radio. Installation of the handle itself took less than 5 minutes. All you need to do is remove the three screws on the back of your tailgate and use a plastic pry tool pop the stock bezel off. Afterwards, you can drill a hole in the bottom of the tailgate to fish the wire harness through and the new bezel snaps into place with pressure clips. Afterwards, you reattach the three screws put the tailgate back on, and you're good to go. An alternate installation method would be to tie in with your reverse bulb wire on your tail light, however this might not produce enough power for the camera due to the fuse size allocated for the tail light. I have not tried this method to verify.5Excellent product. This is an OEM handle bezel and ...Excellent product. This is an OEM handle bezel and camera, labeled with GM part numbers. The power lead has an online fuse and the video lead is yellow component. I sanded and painted the bezel to match my truck. I installed with my Kenwood head unit. The guide lines are from the head unit, not the camera. The easiest place to bring the video lead in to the cab was where the transmission shift cable grommet comes through under the driver side carpet. Power was tied in from the trailer harness. You may need a 90 degree adapter for the video cable where it plugs in to your head unit, the space is quite limited.5Very helpfulThis camera has been very helpful in reversing out of parking lots with my GMC Sierra. I like particularly like this camera because it looks like it came from the factory. I'm happy with it and the picture quality.5Aesthetically looks great, but picture quality is disappointingI bought this to install on my 2008 Silverado, and the tailgate bezel fits perfectly and looks great. In fact, it looks like an OEM product. I inserted the wires into a split wire loom and ran along the frame up to the cab. Installation isn't for the faint of heart! It took patience and some creativity to fish the video cable into the cab and hook up to my new receiver. I tapped into the right rear reverse light for power. Once installed, I was a little "underwhelmed" at the picture quality. Others had commented about a great clear picture, but unless I got a bad camera, it was merely 'meh'. I can see objects behind the truck, but the quality just wasn't that great.There were wires on the harness that said to cut the white wire to remove parking lines. Since my receiver had adjustable lines, I wanted to remove the lines from the camera. However, when I cut the wire, it did nothing. The lines remained. This was another disappointment. If you look in the picture, you'll see that I just adjusted the receiver's lines to overlay the lines produced in the camera. This was an acceptable workaround, but not optimum, as I cannot further modify the lines to my distance preferences.For the price, this was a great addition to my truck, but I was slightly disappointed in the video quality, and the inability to remove the camera's generated parking lines.4Marginal fit and too wide angleThis product is a great idea, and it would be a truly great product if the developers hadn't made two mistakes. First, as other reviewers have noted, the fit isn't all that good. It helps to cut down the foam pads on either side of the handle, but even then the handle fits loosely. Second, while the sellers proudly boast that the camera has a very wide 170 degree field of view, the camera would actually be far more useful if the field of view was considerably narrower. At 170 degrees the image is highly distorted and extra wide angle makes it impossible to gauge distances, which is really important when backing up. Additionally, the wide angle means that about a third of the image captures open sky, which in addition to being useless, means that during daylight the bright sky causes the autoexposure function to dim the rest of the picture to compensate, so the ground image is too dark. About half the time I can't even see my trailer hitch because the image has been darkened too much to compensate for the sky. The wide angle also means that the trailer hitch image is too small to do any good. You can see that there's a hitch there but the image is so small (even with the 7 inch screen that I use) that you can't use that image to align the trailer to the ball. This product would be far more useful if the developers would aim the camera downward another 20 degrees or so to keep the sky out of the picture, and then narrow the field of view so the camera only sees the back bumper at the bottom of the frame and the horizon at the top.3Perfect for my truck!I seem to constantly be backing into things and hitting or nearly hitting them. The back window and the cap window in my Chevy truck are both tinted and IMPOSSIBLE to see out of when it's dark out. This camera is the bomb! I can now see what's behind me clearly and reverse safely. It's well lit and provides a great view of the entire area behind my truck. Since it's on the tailgate, I don't have to worry about it becoming dirty or blocked with snow, etc. I had this professionally installed by Best Buy along with a new stereo system. This camera system was highly recommended to me by Best Buy when I was shopping for a camera. It wasn't available through them, and they suggested that I purchase it through Amazon.5Works Fine, But Could Be BetterFirst off, this is a pretty unique product. I didn't find a whole lot of options for a tailgate handle cam for a 2005 Silverado 2500HD. The construction material seems to be on par with the factory ring, but the fit when installed is sloppy at best. It doesn't seem it would be that difficult to make the plastic clips hold tighter. I wasn't going to let it be, so I used a dab of silicone on the four tabs. Once dried, there is zero movement. Also of note, the foam cushions glued to the sides (mine came with one side missing) are too thick holding the sides of the ring away from the body. I trimmed these almost in half and again, but a dab of silicone on the pad.The cable lead coming off the back of the camera was just long enough to route straight down and through a drain hole....that's it. Putting the connection right between the bumper and tailgate. Ideally, this cable would be 6"-12" longer so this connection can at least be concealed below/behind. On a white truck, the black cable is hard enough to disguise, let alone that being the bulkier connection.All-in-all, the camera works fine. Don't expect some kind of 4K resolution or you'll be disappointed. Again, I didn't find a lot of options for this application. So with a little extra work, I'm happy with it.3Doesn t fit.When I first opened the box the product appeared to be well-made. I took my 2004 Chevrolet Silverado to my technician for the install. He removed my existing tailgate handle bezel and discovered that this bezel does not even come close to fitting properly. My truck is all-original, low mileage and never damaged. The tailgate is on my truck is the one that it left the factory with in 2004. Therefore, I know that my truck is not the problem, this camera set up is. I am returning it. I hope that I can find a similar item that is properly manufactured. I can t offer an opinion on the picture quality since my technician discovered that the bezel did not fit and did not attempt to install the wiring or test the camera.1The handle looks and fits just like original and installation was a breezeThe handle looks and fits just like original and installation was a breeze. There was plenty of video wire wrapped in wire loom to make it from the tailgate to the head unit. I ran my wiring up through the parking brake grommet in the floor pan to avoid drilling a hole in the firewall. I have no complaints about this unit, but do have suggestions. First, it would be nice to have the power and ground wires matched to the length of the video cable and also wrapped inside of the wire loom for protection and think it would be worth an added charge to the cost of the unit to have this feature. Second, there really should have been about another 2 or 3 inches of wiring coming from the camera to the disconnect so that it would ease with connecting and disconnecting the wire harness at the tailgate when removing the tailgate. However, I have never removed the tailgate on my 2013 Silverado 2500HD until I installed this camera, and probably won't in the future. Just saying though, it would be a nice upgrade to have these two featuresSo I have this 5 stars because it works like it is supposed to and the only issue I have with it are of a personal preference issue.5
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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