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Old 12-04-2018, 10:11 AM   #1
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Buying new backup camera for 06 Magna 630 input?

Need input from anyone has had success with purchase of toad monitor using existing wiring
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These guys are the best when it comes to RV camera's and monitors
https://www.rvcams.com/ (225) 261-9946

I've made several purchases from them and they provide excellent advice and service.

Most recently, after purchasing a 2016 Newmar Dutch Star, I needed to rig up the new coach to accept a camera I have on the tail end of my 20' enclosed trailer however the monitor only had 3 input connections (rear of coach, left turn and right turn) They sold me an adapter that added more camera inputs to the monitor. Much less expensive than buying a new monitor. I had trouble hooking it up and they spent an hour on the phone helping me sort out the problem. GOOD guys.
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Are you looking to just change your rear camera?

Here is a thread I started about replacing my rear and side cameras. Now I have a single monitor directly above my head that always shows all three cameras all the time.

Just have to get new cameras that match up to your existing wiring.

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Rear View Safety, about $300 bucks for the kit. Shop cut off the old connections on both ends and crimped on the new. Saved having to run new wires. They then replaced the old b&w camera with new color camera and replaced the same cover making it look factory. Installed the new HD 7" monitor in the same cut out in the dash. Awesome picture!

Only regret is not doing it sooner. Elite RV in Harrisburg, OR did the work. Former Monaco technicians who know these coaches inside and out.
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Rear View Safety, about $300 bucks for the kit. Shop cut off the old connections on both ends and crimped on the new. Saved having to run new wires. They then replaced the old b&w camera with new color camera and replaced the same cover making it look factory. Installed the new HD 7" monitor in the same cut out in the dash. Awesome picture!

Only regret is not doing it sooner. Elite RV in Harrisburg, OR did the work. Former Monaco technicians who know these coaches inside and out.
What model camera package did you purchase? I'm tired of waiting for my old B&W monitor to power up. Sometimes more than 5 minutes.
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