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Old 07-28-2016, 11:10 AM   #1
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Voyager to RVND7715

I was recently "given", as a present, a RVND 7715. It states on the box "video input for third party rear view cameras" It would fit perfectly where the existing Voyager is now. When I crawled under the dash there are two wires coming from somewhere into a black octopus looking thing with one wire going out to the Voyager. Does anybody have any experience with this swap, or a schematic of what is going on?. I only have one view with my camera, even though there is "camera 2" that shows nothing. Besides that the view on camera 1 is backwards, but that's a different question. Its on a 2005 40FDQS. Thanks

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Old 08-05-2016, 07:26 PM   #2
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try a google search on "rear view camera troubleshooting" and follow the links. You should find something. Hopefully it will be a useful something.

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Call Tim at RVCams. He helped me select the correct gear to connect my coach's existing camera to a Garmin RV 760LMT GPS video input. I found Tim very friendly, to boot!
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