Timekeeper, Iíve replaced both from and rear cameras on the New Aire. First you need to remove the caulking around the camera carefully to not scratch the paint on the camera cover. There is a very tiny screw at the top that holds the plastic cover on the camera. Two screws on the metal bracket hold it to the front or rear cap.
Rear was pretty easy because wires were accessible above the rear engine door on our coach, but early models like TurboPilotís were higher and wires were only accessible through the closet. I believe he had to access behind the KIB unit. Turbopilot had a post on replacing his. Front camera wires were stuck in the insulation in the front cap. With the exception of getting that small screw back in, that was the hardest part to not cut the wires while cutting around the foam insulation. Once the wire would move and the hole was cleaned out enough, the fakra connector came out through the hole in the cap and camera could be swapped.
Holes in the camera mount were a little tight for the screws but small drill can make them fit. Test the new camera before attaching it to the cap. Use the original cover instead of the flat black cover that comes with the replacement camera. Press the cap onto the camera from the bottom lens up to the top to line up the hole. Putting the small screw back in can be a challenge, especially standing on a ladder to reach the top of the cap. Apply clear caulk onto the top and sides of the camera cover.
Bob & Jill
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