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Old 11-28-2014, 04:02 PM   #1
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Replacing rear camera 2004 Monaco

I am replacing my blk/wht back camera with a jensen voyager color camera and a jensen vm9424bt front receiver. ?can't find rear cable connector??cable comes thru 3/4 hole drowned in blk. Silicone.where is the connector?? Help!! Ken
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Pull the silicone and cable out of the hole in the rear cap and a couple of feet of leader cable from the camera. Make certain the original cable is compatible to the new hardware. Good luck and keep us posted.
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because I have jensen equip.,I went to Jensen for adapt. help.They gave me part # for 3 adapters.---#31100014 to camera rear cable---#31100041 & 31300006 to monitor(it took 2 at monitor end).I bought them on-line @ ASA ELECTRONICS. 1-877-845-8750 . HOPE THIS HELPS.---KEN
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