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Old 06-05-2018, 08:56 AM   #1
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Dual Channel Dash Cam

Has anyone wired their motor-home rear camera into the second channel port on a dual channel dash cam?
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Yes, I connected a right side camera to my dash monitor so I can see in the 'dead spot' before changing lanes or turning right. Normal view is rear, but I can select right side view with touch of a button or right turn signal.
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Yes, I connected a right side camera to my dash monitor . . .
Thank you but we already have that as original equipment.

I'm talking about taking input from the original equipment rear camera (split so it still works with the dash monitor) and replacing the input for the rear camera on an after market dual channel dash camera, not monitor.
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