The toggle switch is the key-
It can be mounted in a plainly visible location (my choice) or hidden away in a console, glove box, or under dash.
Jimbo (stereo man) gave me the option. I have a subwoofer frequency gain control already mounted in one of those dummy plugs for some option I don't have. The toggle switch can be mounted in one of those dummy plugs close to the subwoofer knob.
He said they should complete the installation today.
Wireless cuts down on the installation time for obvious reasons.
I will post pictures perhaps this evening.
Will get to test it out Friday. We have camping reservations.
They routed the wire differently.
I can live with it.
Just settled up- $450
The transmitter in the trailer is in the wall between where the license plate is and the headboard of the bed.
The receiver in the truck is in under the console.
The toggle switch is near the tow/haul switch.
View behind the trailer-
View behind the truck-
The wireless picture from the back of the trailer is not as crystal clear as the wired picture from the tailgate of the truck.
As you are traveling, the motion on the truck camera is clear and smooth.
The image from the wireless camera is jittery while traveling- like it is transmitting frame by frame- it will be smooth for a bit then choppy-
Even still I could tell there was a green Honda Element following me...
The picture sometimes goes to "no signal" and back to the picture. I think this is some kind of interference from other devices- phones, radios, etc.
Even though that wireless picture is not as clear, I can still tell that there is a Ford Taurus, a Jeep Grand Cherokee, and a Chevy Trailblazer back there.
I wonder if dangling the little antenna on the transmitter outside the trailer behind the license plate would help with interference/loss of signal.