Ford F150 7″ Ultra Widescreen Mirror

October 19 2017

The Ford F150 is a great truck, add a large cap to the bed and it becomes fantastic, until it comes to backing up.  Then it becomes dreadful.  The solution is a rear view camera system.  An integrated camera built into the tailgate handle along with a self-dimming rear view mirror that has a 7″ […]

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Blind Spot Video Monitoring

August 7 2017

A returning client had me install a blind spot camera to his Kenwood navigation receiver that I had installed two years ago.  I used a video switching board that I modified to work with a blind spot camera.  This very clean camera installation turns on automatically with the right turn signal and displays the blind […]

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Back-Up Cameras ready for summer… hot, hot, hot!

May 23 2017

  I had a nice trio of back-up cameras come through the shop the last few weeks.  The white F-150 has the factory 8″ MyTouch screen from Ford which is utilized to display the new reverse image on it.  A Nissan Altima also visited the shop for a rear-view camera.  I upgraded the rearview mirror […]

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Perfect Picture Back-Up Camera

April 13 2017

This Pontiac Torrent needed a back-up camera.  I chose a BrandMotion 9002-9510 replacement GM rear-view mirror.  This is an On-Star Mirror with a self-dimming feature along with a 3.5″ LCD monitor to display a camera image.  An under lip mount rear view camera fit nicely on the rear hatch.  The camera features fantastic low light […]

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U-Connect & My Touch integrated back-up camera systems.

April 6 2017

Here are two examples of just how awesome aftermarket accessories are today.  Both the Ram U-Connect and Ford My-Touch infotainment systems have the ability to add a fully integrated rear camera safety system to them.  Tailgate handle cameras display a rear view image automatically onto the existing screen when reverse gear is selected.  Many of […]

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Dodge Big Horn gets a Ram Cam

March 13 2017

Do you have a Ram with a U-Connect infotainment system?  Do you want to add a back-up camera?  Blossom Installations has exactly what you need.  We start with a new tailgate handle that has a fitted camera in the left side.  The camera has grid lines to help in parking while the view of the […]

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OEM style Back-Up Camera Ford F-150

February 21 2017

  Back-up cameras are hot to have and this is one cool installation showing how far aftermarket accessories have come.  The days of universal fit applications are long gone.  Todays aftermarket is built specific for each vehicle application.  Check out the fit and finish of this Ford tailgate handle camera and self dimming 4.3″ lcd […]

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Safety, safety, safety.

October 27 2016

  I outfitted this Ford Escape with multiple safety features.  One, a self-dimming mirror with 3.5″ display was installed along with a back-up camera that displays whats behind you when you engage reverse gear.  Two, a digital video recording device was installed to record both front and rear views of the road while driving.  The […]

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Ford Expedition gets Pioneers Flagship NEX

October 27 2016

The AVIC-8200NEX is the flagship model for Pioneer’s navigation receiver line up.  With a motorized 7″ screen along with capacitive touch technology, bluetooth, satellite, back up camera, USB the list goes on.  A ton of cool technology for the car.   The Pioneer navigation models all have the latest mapping including all of the new […]

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Hummer, Lincoln, Infinity, Subaru, VW, & Nissan get Sizzling Summer Systems!!

July 31 2016

  Sizzling Summer Systems is what ALL these vehicles have in common.  To many jobs this season to separate, so I decided to do a group post.   Whats cooking on the grill?  Navigation, Touchscreen, Bluetooth, USB, SWC, Satellite, Vehicle Diagnostics, & Back-Up Camera. Enjoy, Tom S.

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