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M² Mods Intro & Project List

Discussion in 'M² Mods' started by Mpgrimm2, Feb 11, 2017.

  1. Cop3862

    Cop3862 Junior Member

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    Thank you so much I bought the double zone bevel just in case there's a way to make it work it's going to be in next week until then I'm looking at getting this piece fixed
     
  2. Mpgrimm2

    Mpgrimm2 Senior Member Preferred Vendor Supporting Member Military

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    If this is the wrong place to ask please let me know. I have a 2020 3500 tradesman. Most of the winter I have a tailgate sander that blocks the rear camera in the tailgate. I’d like to find someway to tap into the factory harness somewhere and get a second camera (I’d just buy a mopar one and build a housing for it I’m thinking) to relocate to where the sander wouldn’t block it. Anyone done this make something similar before?


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  4. Mpgrimm2

    Mpgrimm2 Senior Member Preferred Vendor Supporting Member Military

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  5. TerryH

    TerryH Member Supporting Member

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    Whew! I barely got in under the wire! Hope you have a great vacation Mike!
     
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    You can always get the Chassis cab backup camera kt with the pickup truck adapter.

    Mopar part numbers:
    Pickup Camera Adaptor 82215671AB
    User mountable camera 56038978AF
    10 ft cable 68200274AA
    or 30 ft cable 68239372AA
     
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    Thanks for the info! That is a great idea. Long as they use the same connector it should be easy.


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  8. Mpgrimm2

    Mpgrimm2 Senior Member Preferred Vendor Supporting Member Military

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  9. Glen OS

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    I tow a small trailer that is barely visible. Is there a way to be able to turn on my camera while driving to view?
    Probably scare people behind me at stoplights when I put it in reverse to check load/trailer.
    15 Laramie Crew cab, 6'4" bed.
    Thank you
     
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    I have a 2013 Tradesman CC 3500. Ra1 radio, aux switches, tow prep w/trailer brake. I just got the interior out of a 2016 1500 sport CC that had heated seats , power drivers side, and heated steering wheel. The rear seats only had the courtesy lights. I would like to make all of these options work, but for now I am most interested in getting the power drivers seat to functions ( seat base, backrest and lumbar). Would it be more cost effective to order the harnesses for the everything I will eventually want functioning or just do the power seat harness?
     

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