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  1. So I bought the GM accessory camera and mounted it to my camper. Used the flex grey tubing others have suggested , underneath , several zip tie and clamps where can re-use metal screws holding the insulation pads under, and mostly along the propane line. I used the spare tire mount , clamping a (thick ) metal stick to the back, and screwing camera mount on there, as I didn’t want to drill in camper. Clamps hold this metal stick (think like a yard stick) to the spare tire holder. I was worried about vibration but seems to work fine on highway, pic attached. Few things learned in process , you can remove the camera from mount to run cable up or down,and you can take apart camera and disconnect the camera module (lens section) to be able to fit the cable thru the flex grey tube to protect the black tubing it ships with. Otherwise no way to feed thru tube. Pic below. Lastly, the camera is finicky, in that it doesn’t like hot install as others have pointed out. You should have your truck off, all doors closed. Make connections then fire up, select your trailer profile and pump brakes. With doors open , other scenarios I was getting a black nothing screen otherwise on many occasion.. hope it’s not indicative of bad hardware. Good luck.
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