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Valued Member
Posts: 55
Registered: ‎06-20-2011

what does Best Buy charge for dual Dash cam install?

couldn't find a clear price on the web site

Geek Squad Agent
Posts: 3,196
Registered: ‎03-20-2012

Re: what does Best Buy charge for dual Dash cam install?

Your setup the f750 along with the rear backup camera is a stellar setup. The front camera should run you $49.99 or the gps installation sku, and depending on the vehicle and location the back camera should also be the same.

Sometimes there may be an additional charge or lesser charge depending on how much time it would take to run that backup camera to the back window. The extra hardwiring cable, you should not be charged extra for, and if the back window is easily accessible then sometimes I will charge a custom labor sku of $24.99.

Trucks and cars usually will get the custom labor sku and SUVs with running the camera through the back hatch usually have the additional $49.99, (the same charge as 2 custom labor skus for 30 min of work).

Our sku sheets are ever changing and I think right now the gps hardwire sku is more commonly used since it is close to the same setup and installation. There should be a new sku sheet rolling out and I would be surprised if dash cameras are not put on there, since they are really growing in popularity.

Hope this helps you out!
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Valued Member
Posts: 55
Registered: ‎06-20-2011

Re: what does Best Buy charge for dual Dash cam install?

I can run all the wires, only thing I am sketchy about is the taping of the fuses, still need to pick up the mini fuse taps and already know which two fuses I will be taping,  just need someone that knows how to do it to verify if I am doing it right.  was asking for the price as a back up plan if I can't get a little info.  think I might be ok though, thanks for the information none the less Smiley Happy 

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Registered: ‎03-20-2012

Re: what does Best Buy charge for dual Dash cam install?

Unfortunatley tapping into a fuse box would get any of our autotechs on a warning because it is not a "proper connection" for our lifetime labor warranty.  I know that they exist honestly never used one, and it is much easier to find a wire to military splice and solder IMO.  I don't want to waste your time by driving to a shop to have that question as that wouldn't be the way that we install here, unfortunately.  We do have all the resources available to us to locate retained accessories and other switched 12+ wires, which I would encourage, but again I have seen far far worse than a fuse tap. 

 

Please know that I am not judging you, but more guiding you to a better way to interface your connections.  A multimeter is always a great tool for testing wires and I couldn't live without one.  They are super cheap and can allow the installation to go much faster, and look cleaner without wires going to the front of your fuse box.  Best of luck!

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Registered: ‎06-20-2011

Re: what does Best Buy charge for dual Dash cam install?

the reason I am doing it with the tap is because it is the easiest way to reverses it if I would ever sell the car and want to install it in another vehicle.  I know of many that have done it this way with no issue but those people don't live near me.