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Old 10-17-2013, 09:06 AM   #1
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Question looking for power at the rear end.

I,m attempting to hook up a rear view monitor (not a back up camera) at the back of my 2004 Challenger. I can't get power from the rear lights because they are not on all the time so there would be no power to run it. There is a wiring harness that runs along the frame rail that has six wires and have a bit flat plug at the end, much larger than a trailer harness. I was advised that one of the wires is supposed to have power but I tested it and can't find any live wires. Would anyone know the purpose of this wire and what it's called so I can check my manual and see that maybe there's a fuse at the end of the harness that's missing? Thanks!

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Old 10-17-2013, 09:47 AM   #2
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on your challenger if it has a 7 prong plug for towing the black terminal in the plug should be hot from the fuse panel for aux power to a towed vehicle.

If you have a cabinet across the rear of the coach at the top you can also tie into the light power supplied under the false bottom in the cabinet.
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