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Posted: 04/11/20 08:55am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Make and model of your rig?
Looks like RJ-45 connectors plus power input. Possible that it operates AC and furnace like an interface.


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Backup alarm. Check your rear bumper for round sensors. The A,B, and D are for the sensors. The next one goes to the dash monitor that shows how close you are and of course the red and black go to switched power.

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I,d agree with 1995brave ,but follow the wires, part of rving .

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Posted: 04/11/20 09:32am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I would also go along with others,that it is a backup alarm.

It would be very helpful if you could tell us the make and model of RV this is.


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Seems like a lot of wires for a B/U alarm!


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ScottG wrote:

Seems like a lot of wires for a B/U alarm!


Not really, not for "backup alarm" as in a sonar or similar system to detect when you're getting close to an obstacle. There's a power input on the right, what I assume is a lead to the buzzer or whatever on the instrument panel, and a few connectors (A, B, and D) for the sensors.

For a backup beeper such as trucks and construction equipment have, then yes it's a lot more wires than one would expect. That would typically just be a little noisemaker box wired to the reverse light circuit, and have no separate control box.

Given the little picture of a cartoon car emitting wi-fi, I think a sonar backup sensor system is a very good guess.





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DrewE wrote:

ScottG wrote:

Seems like a lot of wires for a B/U alarm!


Not really, not for "backup alarm" as in a sonar or similar system to detect when you're getting close to an obstacle. There's a power input on the right, what I assume is a lead to the buzzer or whatever on the instrument panel, and a few connectors (A, B, and D) for the sensors.

For a backup beeper such as trucks and construction equipment have, then yes it's a lot more wires than one would expect. That would typically just be a little noisemaker box wired to the reverse light circuit, and have no separate control box.

Given the little picture of a cartoon car emitting wi-fi, I think a sonar backup sensor system is a very good guess.


Yeah, that's a different animal. I was just thinking the beep thing.

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Wow, thanks so much for all the replies, I have a lot of things to look for now. It does have a C connection it just fell out when I took the picture. There are no sensors on my back bumper it’s solid metal. But maybe that was put in there just in case they added sensors at a later date. My RV is a class C 2015 Thor majestic on a Ford E4 50

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