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Old 07-09-2008, 09:26 AM   #1
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About a third of the time I start my rig, I have no backup camera, no mirror power to adjust them. Often times it will all start working after running 5-10 minutes, other times I have to shut down and re-start engine and then all is back online. There are probably other things that don't work during this but main thing is camera and mirrors. Battery is full charge, all gauges show normal on dash. Just don't know where this problem would come from? Anybody had the same and fixed/found what it was?
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About a third of the time I start my rig, I have no backup camera, no mirror power to adjust them. Often times it will all start working after running 5-10 minutes, other times I have to shut down and re-start engine and then all is back online. There are probably other things that don't work during this but main thing is camera and mirrors. Battery is full charge, all gauges show normal on dash. Just don't know where this problem would come from? Anybody had the same and fixed/found what it was?
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Sounds like the ignition switch is going bad or there is a loose connection on the switch.
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Could be a loose fuse. Check the fuse box and pull each fuse, inspect and insert. Sometimes the connection is dirty/corroded and removal will clean contacts.

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Trace the wires from the mirror back and look for a common ground that could be loose.
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by born2camp:
About a third of the time I start my rig, I have no backup camera, no mirror power to adjust them. Often times it will all start working after running 5-10 minutes, other times I have to shut down and re-start engine and then all is back online. There are probably other things that don't work during this but main thing is camera and mirrors. Battery is full charge, all gauges show normal on dash. Just don't know where this problem would come from? Anybody had the same and fixed/found what it was? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Same thing happened to me. The only solution that worked was to replace the mother board in the dash. Under warranty thank goodness.
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