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Old 01-16-2020, 01:21 PM   #1
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Right turn camera

We have a 2013 Georgetown 377XL and the right turn signal camera quit. I got a new camera from a dealer, traced the feed cable to the firewall, but where is the module located that it plugs or screws into located? I understand why it costs so much to work on coaches because there are no wiring schematics available. Thank you, Jon
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Old 01-16-2020, 03:56 PM   #2
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We have a 2013 Georgetown 377XL and the right turn signal camera quit. I got a new camera from a dealer, traced the feed cable to the firewall, but where is the module located that it plugs or screws into located? I understand why it costs so much to work on coaches because there are no wiring schematics available. Thank you, Jon
Here is a camera (left side) removed from a 2012 GT 378 and as can be seen the connector on the camera harness plugs into a production mating plug somewhere in front of the firewall. Right side is the same. The production harness then goes directly to the monitor. Yours may be the same.
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Old 01-16-2020, 04:28 PM   #3
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Where exactly is your camera located?
My motorhome is a 2010 model, and the physical cameras are located on the sidewall almost in line with the mirrors.
The connector comes into the console area above the engine cover, and connects to a corresponding plug in the harness from the monitor. Itís a spaghetti mess of wires in there, so be careful.
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I should have said; goes directly to a monitor pigtail plug instead of just directly to the monitor. however; if the OP's is like mine the monitor and its pigtail do not come into play if there is a production jumper cable as previously stated.
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Old 01-16-2020, 09:13 PM   #5
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My left side camera went out. While trying to trace the wires, I noticed the left turn signal repeater on the side of the MH wasn't working. The bulb was OK but the ground wire was bad. Got it all working and the camera came back. So ..... the left and right cameras are tied into the turn signal circuits. Check the bulbs!!!
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My left side camera went out. While trying to trace the wires, I noticed the left turn signal repeater on the side of the MH wasn't working. The bulb was OK but the ground wire was bad. Got it all working and the camera came back. So ..... the left and right cameras are tied into the turn signal circuits. Check the bulbs!!!
Yes and the OP could switch the camera inputs to the monitor (at the monitor) to verify a bad camera and also all the turn signal lights are functioning.
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