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Old 11-02-2018, 08:09 AM   #43
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I now have tons of ideas for power to a backup camera. Now the question is: where is the best place to mount the camera? If it doesn't matter, I might mount it near the listen plate light rather than on top near the tail running lights.
My rule....drill no unnecessary holes.
I used Velcro. Centered over rear window.
Ran wiring down the rain gutter, under the window seal, inside to a 12v power outlet, using a switched adaptor.
Nice feature...the camera can be removed for Winter storage if needed.

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I changed one a couple of weeks ago. Only 3 diodes were still working. I may suggest that once you get the light off, screws out and clean inspect the area, gently remove the grommet before tugging on the wires. Then get one lead at a time through the hole. Then you do not need to worry about losing a wire inside under the skin. Seal it all up and as a Wise Person told me, "leave an open spot on the bottom for water to get out". Thanks Robert and Bob...Click image for larger version

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No fear, you are not the first, nor last, to be intimidated by the LED light issue. Here is what it looks like separated from the base. You should be able to see the two tabs that 'click' into the base.


Finally a picture, it is so helpful. Thank You
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