In this guide, I will show you how to install a dashcam in Suzuki Baleno, Toyota Glanza, or any other car. However, in this particular video, I will install a 70mai Pro 2K dashcam in my Suzuki Baleno car.
About 70Mai Pro 2K Dashcam
It’s been more than 6 months since I bought and installed this dashcam in my Baleno Zeta 2019 car. I bought it from Aliexpress for just $54 USD without a GPS module. I did not order GPS because I don’t think that’s going to make any major difference or help.
One thing I would like to say about the dashcam is that it works great. Anyways, If you want me to create a video on 70 Mai in Indian weather conditions especially Delhi NCR, let me know. I will upload it asap.
Car Dashcam Installation Steps
So to begin with, start by cleaning the windshield area where you wish to install the Dashcam. I installed it on the Passenger side, don’t know why, but I would suggest you install it on the drive side. That way you will be able to see the display when you want. Currently, I can’t do that from the driver’s seat.
Anyways, after cleaning the area, you have to paste this anti-static film on the windshield. This will ensure firm stickiness and your dashcam will never fall due to heat or extreme cold.
Once the film is pasted, take out the tape cover and paste the camera attachment. Now, begin wiring from the bottom, around the dashboard area. There’s plenty of room behind the Glovebox in a car, just use your hand and try to find some space where you can get in the USB cable. In Baleno, Glanza, and other Suzuki and Hyundai cars, it’s around this part.
Once you have the wire from inside the glove box, move it towards the passenger door. Open the passenger door and take out this rubber seal. This won’t damage anything. And now, try to find some hole or cutout from where you can grab the wire, in Baleno and Maruti cars, it’s here.
Take it out, and then use your both hands to press and get in the wire behind the dashboard completely.
Once, done, it’s clean. Now, remove the pillar cover, it’s easy but be gentle. Use a prying tool if necessary, I didn’t use it, just used my hands. When it comes out, put in the wire and close it.
Now, put the around rear-view mirror and connect to the camera, put the wire into the upper roof, use a prying tool or hands, both work. There’s a minor gap.
Now, pull the extra wire and fold it. Use some wire or tape or zip tie the extra wire behind the glove box, make sure you do it properly and the knot should lie in an empty area.
And that’s it. That’s how you install a dashcam in a car, particularly in Suzuki Baleno or Toyota Glanza.
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