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Old 05-07-2013, 06:49 PM   #11
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$106 is a great deal. You can't buy just one camera through the dealer so they have to order two for $300 plus.
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Old 05-11-2013, 07:29 PM   #12
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Final up date on this issue. Got my camera yesterday, totoal cost with shipping Fed Ex, $126.52. Looked the install of the camera over and decided it would not be too hard. Found the cam wire where it came thru fiberglass, in front of left front tire and was snaked thru an opening to the front of engine compartment. The coupling of the camera wire and the wire to monitor was easy to locate. A word of warning. With the coupling in front of enging compartment heat had baked the plastic cap on monitor cable that screws on to camera cable to make the connection secure. When I touched it to un screw it, it crumbled. I still was able to take old camera off, mount new one and route cable same way, but had to settle for electrical tape, after the connection was made. Volia! I have a left turn cam, functioning fine. last note, I had same problem others had, when you turn headlights on camers started acting weird. Double checked and my right front turn signal was not flashing, the ticker on dash was flashing and rear worked but the front right was lit up solid and not flashing. had this fixed and cameras work fine now when headlights are cut on. I hope this helps someone else with cam issues. It really is not a big deal to replace them. Safe travels to all.
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