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Old 08-28-2005, 05:40 PM   #1
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I installed the Tri View Rear View Camera. I took about 4 hours to make sure I knew all the correct wiring. Did not want to cut the wrong wire. I connected it to make sure it worked before I installed all the cameras. It worked perfect. I installed the rear camera above the existing camera. The two side cameras are in color like the rear camera. I had to drill one hole otherwise I was able to route the cable thru existing holes. I mounted the monitor on the dash to the right of the existing monitor. We have a portable GPS but the Voyager offers GPS option. We are using both cameras, the existing one keeps an eye on the Toad. The new camera is a wide angle color.

I also added two more A/C vents toward the front of the Coach. Seems that is where it is the warmest. The Service Manager at the RV dealer told us there was enough air. It has really helped us and was very easy to do.

If anyone wants more detail feel free to call 817 907 8047
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I installed the Tri View Rear View Camera. I took about 4 hours to make sure I knew all the correct wiring. Did not want to cut the wrong wire. I connected it to make sure it worked before I installed all the cameras. It worked perfect. I installed the rear camera above the existing camera. The two side cameras are in color like the rear camera. I had to drill one hole otherwise I was able to route the cable thru existing holes. I mounted the monitor on the dash to the right of the existing monitor. We have a portable GPS but the Voyager offers GPS option. We are using both cameras, the existing one keeps an eye on the Toad. The new camera is a wide angle color.

I also added two more A/C vents toward the front of the Coach. Seems that is where it is the warmest. The Service Manager at the RV dealer told us there was enough air. It has really helped us and was very easy to do.

If anyone wants more detail feel free to call 817 907 8047
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John,
Thanks for the info on wiring the camera and the Three camera set-up.
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