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Old 02-03-2008, 04:18 PM   #1
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My 2005 Class C Winnie 29' has an indentation in the rear of the vehicle, up near the roof line, for installation of a rear view camera. There appears to be two punch outs for wiring, etc.

Question: Am I likely to find a prewired + and ground wire in the wall for connecting 12vdc power to the camera?

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My 2005 Class C Winnie 29' has an indentation in the rear of the vehicle, up near the roof line, for installation of a rear view camera. There appears to be two punch outs for wiring, etc.

Question: Am I likely to find a prewired + and ground wire in the wall for connecting 12vdc power to the camera?

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I would look for some wiring harness up front where your monitor would be, power for camera would probably feed of the monitor before punching out camera location.
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Before you start drilling holes, contact Owner Relations with your serial number and ask them if the wiring harnesses are in your coach. All of them use the same rear cap, and you may or may not have the needed harnesses.

If you don't, look fo a wireless rear TV camera and receiver.

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