Originally Posted by Boso
Sagecoachdriver where did you find cables to move around I have not tried that but I don't think it would do me any good since all my camera act up just the back a little less
If all cameras are acting up I would consider the multiplexer is the cause. If you haven't checked it it is located at the "knee" panel above the steering column. It is famous for getting tossed around and losing connection on the power side of the modulator. I would suspect the ground but it would be best to check all with a good volt meter.
My personal experience is I problems with the display cutting on/off when selected for rear camera. The dealer replaced with a new multiplexer twice but had the same problem. I called RVS for "higher" technical support. They directed me to look at power to the modulator.
Short of a long story, I had a taillight bulb that the bulb socket wasn't connected properly - basically shorting between the two filaments. It was barely detectable until I saw one of the bulbs dimly lit.
I have since changed all my Bargman incandescent to LED and never had trouble again.
Bulb shorting was a feedback on the turn signal since the multiplexer is operated by voltage sensed on each turn signal lamp.
In my opinion it is easier to troubleshoot from the multiplexer than it is going into the outside mirrors.