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Old 06-11-2021, 03:04 PM   #1
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Fuse for Voyager camera

Does anyone know which fuse on a 2006 Winnebago protects the Voyager rear camera. I don't have power to my rear view camera system
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Old 06-11-2021, 07:52 PM   #2
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Does anyone know which fuse on a 2006 Winnebago protects the Voyager rear camera. I don't have power to my rear view camera system
I recently replaced my voyager and don't remember a separate fuse for rear cam.
You might try reseating the rear camera connector under the dash(looks like s-video cable on my MH. If you have another monitor or remove yours you could try plugging straight into the voyager with the right adapter to see if the voyager/ camera are OK.
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Old 06-12-2021, 06:42 AM   #3
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I recently replaced my voyager and don't remember a separate fuse for rear cam.
You might try reseating the rear camera connector under the dash(looks like s-video cable on my MH. If you have another monitor or remove yours you could try plugging straight into the voyager with the right adapter to see if the voyager/ camera are OK.
Iím in the process of replacing my original Voyager. I hooked my new Tadi bros monitor together to the 12 volt power servicing the old voyager. Everything worked. I then plugged the camera into the wiring at the rear of the coach and the monitor into the original Voyager monitor power. At first I got a picture on the monitor saying ďno signalĒ. Apparently I wasnít getting power to the camera. I think during the process I shorted the power source. Now Iím not getting power to the monitor. BYW, Tadibros has been zero help
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Iím in the process of replacing my original Voyager. I hooked my new Tadi bros monitor together to the 12 volt power servicing the old voyager. Everything worked. I then plugged the camera into the wiring at the rear of the coach and the monitor into the original Voyager monitor power. At first I got a picture on the monitor saying ďno signalĒ. Apparently I wasnít getting power to the camera. I think during the process I shorted the power source. Now Iím not getting power to the monitor. BYW, Tadibros has been zero help
What adapter are you using to connect new monitor to your rear cam?
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What adapter are you using to connect new monitor to your rear cam?
The adapters that were furnished by Tadibros
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The adapters that were furnished by Tadibros
Sorry. I was just trying to help. I, of course have no idea what adapters you rec'd from Tadibros. Good luck brother.
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If I were you, I'd be looking for a fuse that has blown.
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If I were you, I'd be looking for a fuse that has blown.
Iíve checked every fuse I could find in the coach including all those under the dash. The plug on the back of the Voyager and consequently the cable to the camera is square with 4 pins. The plug on the new equipment is round with 8 pins, 7 around the perimeter with 1 center pin. Tadibros provided adapters to accomplish connecting the different cables. The Voyagers power was provided by a separate 12 volt cable. The Tabibros adapters had wires for connecting power. Unfortunately there is no voltage on the coach wiring going to the monitor.
There was voltage on the electric supply until I started working with it. Have checked all the fuses in the engine compartment and under the dash. Thanks for your help and advice.
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On my rig, the camera power comes from the coach 12 VDC fuse block, which, again, on my rig, is adjacent to the AC breaker panel.
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On my rig, the camera power comes from the coach 12 VDC fuse block, which, again, on my rig, is adjacent to the AC breaker panel.
Does the power wire for your monitor come from overhead or from under the dash?
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Have you tried putting the shifter in reverse with the key on?
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Old 06-16-2021, 08:17 AM   #12
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I found the problem. Blown inline 3 amp fuse located directly under the dash up against the firewall. Almost impossible for 6 foot man to reach. Could only get one hand on it but managed to twist it and open the fuse casing. Why on earth would Winnebago place a serviceable component in such a place. Wouldn’t the in-line fuse be just as effective near to where the line connects to the monitor. Go figure
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Glad you found it. Did that fix the camera issue as well?
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Don’t know yet. Tying to find out from Tadi Bros the correct way to energize the adapters that they furnished to hook up to my old Voyager cables. Getting any help from them is next to impossible. I don’t want to chance blowing that fuse again. I’ll let you know how it works when I hook it up again
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