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Old 08-11-2018, 01:32 PM   #11
craftguy
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craftguy, my new Laredo was wired the same way. I couldn't stand it anymore so I re-wired it to the running light above it. I always have my headlights on when I'm towing so it's no big deal. My last Keystone camper was wired to the running lights when I bought it new but I don't know if the factory wired it or the dealer. I was also surprised that the factory had about 6ft of cable in the new Laredo rolled up and squished under the camera mounting.
Roscoe,
Thanks for replying. It's still in the shop for other warranty issues and having them look or redo it. It driven me nuts to, because there is virtually no way to turn it off, the way they wired it. I too drive with my lights on so that is the way I want it and should be. The "large amount" of cable was funny to see also. Took me a long time to feed it through.

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Old 08-11-2018, 01:36 PM   #12
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Slipper,
I really like the furrion camera that is in observation too, not just backup. I like having it on going down the road. It's been great, except for my Keystone wire issues. furrion fos48tapk-bl

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