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Old 12-01-2021, 12:02 PM   #1
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Wire back up camera

I have an Weldex backup camera and need to hard wire the connection in the back of the coach because the connection is bad. When i expose the wire i have 3 wires on the camera and 4 wires on the cable. Dos anybody know how i should hook this up?
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Old 12-01-2021, 05:25 PM   #2
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From RV Cams you can order a cable that already has the connectors on both ends. While it isnít easy to crawl under the motor home the full length, I have had to do it 3 times. Suggestion when you disconnect the camera, tie a string or cord to the old cable. Pull the cable down and use the string to pull the new cable up to the camera and connect it. Work your way toward the front and use zip ties as you go. Up front, tape new cable to old. Inside use old cable to pull new cable up to connect to monitor. Weldex is less than quality, in my opinion. I have replaced 4. Last time I added a 2 inch 12vdc muffin fan to cool power supply in left rear corner. Havenít had any more problem.
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Old 12-01-2021, 06:05 PM   #3
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Talk with the good people at RVCAMS. They seemed to me to be most knowledgeable when I contacted them.

BTW, a wire in the cable in my coach was bad and I chose to replace the camera, monitor and cable all from My new setup is so clear and detailed and I can see SOOOO much more than my original Weldex backup camera.
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