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Old 01-12-2014, 12:05 PM   #1
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Voyager side cameras ???

My MH has the Voyager silver day & night color side cameras.
1) How does the camera come off from the outside? I see little holes?
2) How does the connector on the inside come apart?
It is hard to get to,You kind of have to break your neck first.Oops,just found the answer,you press a little clip
hard to the inside and pull the connector apart.
My right side camera quit working: Display says: NO Signal....so I want to
remove the camera for troubleshooting and switch it to the left for testing.
All good reply's welcome & Thanks for your reply's.
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Old 01-12-2014, 07:24 PM   #2
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This is what's on our 2008 Winnebago Sightseer. Not sure if yours is the same or not.
"https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=7696845F6487C629%211894"
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Thank you "atodalen",you hit it on the nail,your reply was just what I needed.
This forum is great!
I have switched the cable with the left side and it is working fine,so my
right camera is bad. The connector looks ok.
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This is what's on our 2008 Winnebago Sightseer. Not sure if yours is the same or not.
"https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=7696845F6487C629%211894"
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I've had the same problem for two years now, with no idea on how to remove the camera. Thanks for that!

Do you have a link showing how to remove the monitor from the dash?

Do you think its possible to somehow set the monitor to stay on the rear camera, and not switch to the sides when the turn signals are activated?

I would much rather keep an eye on what I'm pulling around corners.

Thanks for any insight you may have.
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I've had the same problem for two years now, with no idea on how to remove the camera. Thanks for that!

Do you have a link showing how to remove the monitor from the dash?

Do you think its possible to somehow set the monitor to stay on the rear camera, and not switch to the sides when the turn signals are activated?

I would much rather keep an eye on what I'm pulling around corners.

Thanks for any insight you may have.
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Sorry can't help you with monitor removal. As far as not changing to side view, I believe that there are wires attached to the monitor that switch the view when a turn signal is activated. You may try removing those 2 turn signal trigger wires and see if it stays on rear all of the time. Mine looks like this:

Maybe others more knowledgeable that I can be of more assistance to you. Hope this helps.
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