Ya I just double checked on BBB. There is a TSB for the Mitsubishi outlander sport ( which is called an RVR in Canada) but no wiring diagram unfortunately. I'm sure the reverse/backup cable is behind the receiver since my previous OEM receiver used the reverse camera. I will have to keep investigating and hopefully find a wire guide, or learn how to check all the cables via a multimeter. I will check the color of the wire for the reverse lights and see if one matched behind the receiver, and will contact clutchfield/look up some more forums on my vehicle.blackston3 wrote: ↑Jan 11th, 2019 1:46 amI installed my unit about 2 days ago. I found BBB to be a great source for wiring diagrams: http://www.bbbind.com/free-tsb/
Other than that, here's what I can tell you. Where the driver's pedals (accelerate or brake), my car had a cluster of wires starting there that were then dispersed throughout the car, I found my reverse wire there that I tapped into. I checked BBB regarding your car, but there wasn't an RVR model listed there. One trick I learned throughout researching my own car was to open your tail light and check which wire went into/for the reverse (white lights) of your car, then go back to that driver's pedal area and tap into that same color wire to get your reverse-in cable. Buy an electrical splice/tap set kit from Amazon, they really help with tapping in an existing wire set and connecting from there. Also, if you get stuck, live-chat or call Clutchfield, they are really helpful for pulling up diagrams/assisting you, according to many forums
Other than that, just follow white's method above and just tap into the reverse light's wire from the source and wire it to the front of the car. Whichever method you choose, it's actually all still really simple.
I'm really surprised your vehicle doesn't use an RCA/yellow cable for the video feed. This one may be tricky. Follow white's directions about asking in a Mitsubishi specific forum, they would very likely be much more informative. Those places are where I got a lot of my wiring answers for my vehicle's installation
Ya, I was surprised as well. The OEM receiver doesn't support a RCA jack for the reverse feed. I'm sure if I found the cables that hold the camera feed, I could just harvest an RCA end and solder it together.