Patriot Posted June 15, 2022 Share Posted June 15, 2022 We recently had Oliver Service Center install a new Furrion Vision S Rear Camera on our Ollie. The original Voyager camera that it came with was diagnosed with water intrusion and was out of warranty. So a replacement was in order. The new Furrion S works great and we really appreciate long distance rear highway visibility and the safety factor when changing lanes when under way. A real plus is we can also see our bicycles when mounted up on our bike rack. The Furrion S also has a feature which allows the driver to hear the spotter when backing into a campsite as the camera has a microphone and the video monitor has a speaker. This allows the driver to see and hear voice commands of the spotter when backing up. Pretty cool tech if you choose to use it. The Mod- I decided to purchase an extra silicone dash mount for $13 which is the exact same mount we use for our “TST TPMS” system. The rubber mount holds the Furrion monitor securely on the dash which I prefer rather than use the suction cup on the w/s. The fit of the monitor into the silicone holder could not be more perfect. And now no more sticking a suction cup to the w/s for viewing the rear cam monitor. Just thought I would pass this along in case anyone is interested. A side note. I returned the Voyager Camera to the company that sells Voyager. They have agreed to replace the old camera which had water intrusion with a brand new one. They did not have to do this, as I was 6 months past the 1year warranty expiration. I have already promised/sold the Voyager to another Oliver owner with full disclosure of why I replaced it with a new Furrion. Pics of silicone mount, Furrion backup cam monitor and shark fin rear camera - TST silicone rubber dash mount - Rear Sharkfin camera- Furrion Vision S - Temporarily laid the mount on the dash to check line of sight visibility. I am still deciding on the best location for the monitor. 7 2020 OLEII - Hull #634 TV -2021 F 350 6.7 liter Diesel Lariat Ultimate Tremor aka “The Beast” Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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