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Old 07-08-2015, 01:12 PM   #1
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Back-Up Camera & Mike

I have a 2013 Holiday Rambler Ambassador. After driving for about an hour, the mike in the back-up camera comes on and stays on for as long as the brake pedal is depressed. This happens whether the radio is on or off.

Is there some why to disconnecting the mike? Or, must a new camera/mike unit need to be installed?

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Old 07-08-2015, 04:31 PM   #2
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Yes there is. The owners manual should have a wire diagram showing what color wire does what. You then go to the back of the display unit, pull the plug and find the wire that you need to disconnect. If you don't have the manual then get the model number off of the monitor and google that. You should find a manual in there. Hope this helps.

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I did this on my coach. Pull out your radio and on the back there are various inputs. Look for the RCA style inputs, odds are they are the only ones since most components don't use RCA style connections any more. The Yellow one should be video, with the red and white being audio. Mine also had a lead that went from back of radio to a little junction box where the all the cameras went into (rear cam, left mirror cam, right mirror cam). You could also disconnect the audio here if there is a spot to do so.

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