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I own a 2014 Volt and hope to get info on some upgrades I would like to do.
I need to install a backup camera and rear backing sensors.
lt would sure be nice to install products that can be integrated with the existing GM systems.
 

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Thanks for asking this question, gtrick. I have been thinking of doing the same thing to my base 2013. I will be eagerly awaiting any answers. ;-)
 

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https://www.amazon.com/Camecho-Wireless-Waterproof-Assistance-Trailers/dp/B00M979UL2
I installed this on my 2010 Silverado 6.0L. It is base commercial fleet, with a topper w/o any rear visibility. Works well! 2010 was the year before the regulated backup cams.

As for the Volt, I find I never use my backup cam because its always covered in mud/dirt. I liked this setup (the Silverado) because its wifi, so I can move it about(To the trailer, or to terrible in-law driver when visiting me). To each his own. good luck OP!
 

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https://www.amazon.com/Camecho-Wireless-Waterproof-Assistance-Trailers/dp/B00M979UL2
I installed this on my 2010 Silverado 6.0L. It is base commercial fleet, with a topper w/o any rear visibility. Works well! 2010 was the year before the regulated backup cams.

As for the Volt, I find I never use my backup cam because its always covered in mud/dirt. I liked this setup (the Silverado) because its wifi, so I can move it about(To the trailer, or to terrible in-law driver when visiting me). To each his own. good luck OP!
I walk past the rear of car every day and giving the camera a swipe with my finger as I pass (not perfect, but good enough to use then) is as much a ritual of exiting the car as unbuckling the seat belt, pushing up and in the steering wheel, and plugging the car in. Think about doing it for two weeks, and it becomes a lifelong habit.
 
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