No - With the non-stock display, I get a good rear view image, but no display of turning guides.
I looked pretty hard for connectors for a while, and completely gave up, so I hold little hope for finding them outside of that bypass kit.
Meanwhile, got the car back
Might try to get back into this project again this weekend, but I'm still unpacking at the moment! Plus, awesome new city, so much to do, and given how little of my time is actually spent in a car now, this is naturally pretty low priority...
okey. looking at the servicemanual, I understand there is more to it. so the turning guides are calculated in the stock lcd display. I'm guessing the static guides are also added inside the av-box?
The AV control unit receives the steering signal from the steering sensor via CAN communication and draws
a possible route line according to the steering angle.
• When the possible route lines are displayed, the side distance guide lines are displayed translucently.
• The possible route lines are not displayed when the steering is in the neutral position.
• The possible route line can be displayed/not displayed by selecting “Other Settings” - “Camera from the setting
Perhaps one could borrow some code from this project to get it working:http://openxcplatform.com/projects/rearview-camera.html
combined with what we know of canbus:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc ... MUXc#gid=2
Do you have a link to the screen you bought?
when I search for it I do find some kits. Interesting if one puts a kit togheter with some lowcost,lowpowered arm device
I'm looking at parrot screen at the moment for a possible replacement. however the android is v2 old, and there seems to be some issues at the moment.
Looking at the servicemanual on the tcu-unit. it looks like it's tied togheter to the av-unit. I did expect tcu(carwings) not working if one replaces the screen. however I'm a little curious on how the tcu-unit works. is it powered on all the time? I see in the servicemanual it is drawed up a cable from av-unit to tcu-unit marked usb-power. but I except the tcu-unit takes power from somewhere else where power is availeble all the time. am I right that the ev-bus is availble when the car is turned off? would be interesting to replace the tcu-unit with something else. perhaps arduino with canbus and gsm-module.