I have wanted to replace my Intec monitor and camera in my 2000 Country Coach. I wanted this to look like a factory install so I did my homework and went with a set up from rearview safety. I bought a 7" color monitor and a small square camera that I hoped would fit into my rear camera housing. There was a good return policy so I thought, why not?
I removed the old monitor, made a bracket so I could mount my new monitor. I then cut off the plugs off of the old wiring and wired everything to the new system using the diagrams from rear view safety. Believe me it was nerve racking cutting off the new plugs on the cable I had just bought!
I then went to the rear of the coach and took off the access panel to the rear camera. I decided to take my dremel and cut the housing enough to remove the old circuit board and camera and hopefully install my new camera. I was able to cut the housing, take some needle nose pliers and break out the circuit board and camera. I then installed my new camera and it fit into the housing! I decided to cut the plug off the new camera and wire it up. After wiring it, I gave it a shot, I turned on the ignition and viola! it worked!. I was able to adjust the camera for the best view and it works great and it looks like a factory install.
If you have basic mechanical skills, wire splicing, bracket building etc, then this project will be a breeze. See the pics, hopefully it will help others to give it a try.