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Toyota Alphard ANH20 Roof Monitor Connector Pinout?


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Hi I am new to this forum I have Toyota Alphard ANH20 2009 and I want to install the factory OEM Roof Monitor in my Alphard it has roof fittings there just want to cut the hole in the roof and install it but the problem is I have installed the Kenwood Head unit in my Alphard and it has video out and I want to connect the screen to the Kenwood Head unit. I am searching on the internet if I can get the pinout diagram from net so I can power up the screen and figure out the video input wires and moter triger signal wire? Please help me out if anyone know the pinout. ThanksIMG20240208153611.thumb.jpg.d731f4b395c7a21056991537e4b7861f.jpg

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10 hours ago, Kaleem said:

Hi I am new to this forum I have Toyota Alphard ANH20 2009 and I want to install the factory OEM Roof Monitor in my Alphard it has roof fittings there just want to cut the hole in the roof and install it but the problem is I have installed the Kenwood Head unit in my Alphard and it has video out and I want to connect the screen to the Kenwood Head unit. I am searching on the internet if I can get the pinout diagram from net so I can power up the screen and figure out the video input wires and moter triger signal wire? Please help me out if anyone know the pinout. ThanksIMG20240208153611.thumb.jpg.d731f4b395c7a21056991537e4b7861f.jpg

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Hello Kaleem,

 

Welcome to the Forum.

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