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Old 01-20-2016, 09:53 PM   #43
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Must you activate the clearance lights in order to power the backup camera?
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Old 01-21-2016, 12:23 AM   #44
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Depends how your camera is wired. Our camera is on all the time unless we explicitly turn it off via a separate switch. Others have indeed wired their camera via the trailer lights so it only works when the lights are on.
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With the clearance light power feed, yes clearance lights must be on to power camera. Im ok with that since I like to run the lights anyway and is only convenient switch Ive read about. My solution to the lack of slack in the wiring was to cut a larger hole behind the center clearance light. Also, there is probably more slack available behind the curb side clearance light of the 3 light group. Good luck. You will love the camera
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We tapped into the USB power supply in the back closet via a switch we mounted right next to it, so we can power the Voyager anytime we want independent of everything else.
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