Disconnecting the RVC

The rear vision camera must be disconnected if the tailgate needs to be removed.

To disconnect the camera:

1. Remove the license plate.

2. Disconnect the camera connectors from the chassis harness, located behind the license plate, by pressing on the release tab on each connector.

A. Chassis harness connector
A. Chassis harness connector
B. Release tab
C. Camera connector

3. Plug the two exposed chassis harness connectors together to prevent contamination.

A. Chassis harness connector
A. Chassis harness connector
B. Release tab

4. Feed the wiring harness through the pickup box, then plug the camera connectors together to prevent contamination.

5. Remove the tailgate. See Tailgate on page 2‑10 for more information.

6. Reinstall the license plate.

Reverse this procedure to reinstall the RVC and make sure the grommet and connection are secure.

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