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Old 06-03-2012, 10:09 AM   #1
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Winnebago Wiring Cove Access

Does anyone know how to gain access to the left hand cove on a Sightseer? I am trying to replace the rear observation camera cable.
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Old 06-03-2012, 10:18 AM   #2
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I replaced several Backup camera cables. I always ran the new cable under the motorhome. It is almost impossible to run inside. You just have to be very careful to stay clear of suspension parts and exhaust heat. The cable is easily melted.
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Thanks ga traveler.

Do you also run the cable on the exterior rear or is there a way to access the inside of the rear wall?
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Thanks ga traveler.

Do you also run the cable on the exterior rear or is there a way to access the inside of the rear wall?
On all but one coach, I ran the cable under the edge trim on the rear of the coach. You run it under the piece that has the running lights to the corner and then down the edge trim to the bottom of the rear and forward to the front of the coach. One coach had had no edge trim, so I drilled thru the back and ran the cable thru the overhead cabinet over to the side and down thru the cabinet beside the bed. There was a 2 ft section that was open and had no cabinet. I fastened the cable to the corner and covered it with a piece of trim.
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Go to the Winnebago sight to download the schematics.
Just for your information they actually run the wiring under the coach. I replaced mine and followed the wiring down under the coach up the drivers side and up thru the floor under the dash. It took about 2 hours to run the new cableing and 6 hours to fab up a mount for the new monitor.
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