Originally Posted by JoeRider677
I do not know what to say about the details and slick thought that I see in the photos. I have not read the text yet but I am impressed! How'd you get the permanent display working on the cameras? really nice stuff!
I can describe how I did mine (2014 Explorer) which originally had all cameras feeding into a Voyager CSW5007Q control module which is mounted behind the dash panel on the passenger side. This Voyager also had a remote control that allowed you to select which camera input would be fed to the radio screen.
To get around cutting and splicing wires, I got Voyager adapter cables (part #31300006) to convert the proprietary Voyager connector to RCA type composite video so I could reroute the video signals to the new split-screen monitor and feed 12 volts directly to the cameras when the ignition is on.
I chose to put the camera video monitor overhead to get it closer to my face and in this location it is safer to glance up while driving.