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Old 10-26-2013, 11:01 PM   #1
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Where are my FM modulator wires

I can't seem to locate the FM modulator wiring in my overhead TV compartment. They were not connected to the analog TV that I removed. Now that my new digital TV is installed, I'd like to move the sound from it's tiny speakers to the dash stereo speakers.

So my question is:

Did my 2001 Surf Side come with an FM modulator?

If so, from which side of the coach should the wires come from?

I've looked behind the compartments and don't see the wires. The are lots of other options, but hooking up to the built in modulator would be the easiest way to upgrade the TV's sound.

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My previous 2001 Dolphin did not have a modulator but a switch position for it.That year it was standard on the tropical but not others. I found a wiring diagram for the modulator circuit, bought the parts from an vehicle audio store and installed it.
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Old 10-29-2013, 08:44 AM   #3
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It's beginning to look like my Surf Side doesn't have a factory installed modulator either. I dug out my brochure and read it carefully. There is nothing in it to suggest one came as standard equipment.

An aftermarket modulator is Plan B.

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