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Old 09-24-2014, 02:20 PM   #1
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Review Camera Systems

Not sure this is the best forum for this subject, but I'll give it a try.

I want to install a review camera system on a '06 29 foot Winnebago Sightseer Class A. I'm debating on either a wired or wireless system. Wireless definitely is easier, but I'm sure there is some downside. As for wired systems, the big question I have is recommendations on the best approach to running the wire from the camera up to the monitor. Anyone with experience installing systems on Sightseer?

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You will find that the wireless systems do not work well unless they are completely unobstructed short distance. As for the wire you need to find a way to get it from camera down to the underside and then run it up front to the firewall and inside from there.
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I have no experience on your specific coach, but most folks drop the camera wire down inside the hollow back cap, run the wire along the frame rail to the front of the coach, then bring the wire up into the instrument panel area from below. It's not technically difficult, but you will spend some time sliding along under the coach.

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