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Old 09-28-2014, 10:03 AM   #1
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I want to install a wireless rear view camera in my fleetwood flair. What is a good one to purchase.Thank you
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I want to install a wireless rear view camera in my fleetwood flair. What is a good one to purchase.Thank you
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I attempted to install a wireless on my F150 Toad. Had to send it back because the trucks radio was Bluetooth and Sirius. They interfered with the signal from the camera. I now have a hardwired camera and it works great!
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Gordon,
If you have an iPhone, you can use it as a rear view mirror. I use the wireless rear view camera system shown in the following link. It is advertised for use in travel trailers, but would would in a MH as well. Works great and takes less dash space than a monitor:
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