I cropped out the floor-to-ceiling pile of all my stuff along the other wall...it already DOES fill up all that space! lol
First off, if any of you are using Imgur to host your photos, they are going thru a VERY user-unfriendly redesign! If you get stuck in there, look for the "leave beta" option and click it. Then log back in to see the old, user-friendly site. ugh...
Anyways...spent a few hours in the Shop last night working on the Sterling electrical again.
First I hard-wired in the new backup camera display. It didn't work. Hmmmm...after a little investigating I realized I had the polarity reversed on the connector. Easy fix...display works! But that might also explain why I burned out the old display when I connected it if it didn't have built-in Reverse Polarity protection. Oops! oh well, the replacement model is a definite upgrade from the old one!
The new backup camera though will mount to the bottom of a louver, so I still have to fill in the hole I drilled in the body for the old camera. dammit.
After that I worked on identifying fuse sizes and relabeling the fuse panel as needed. The pre-printed labels in the kit were pretty high for some fuse sizes. I also clarified what some circuits were actually used for...i.e. "BAT 2" is actually the "RADIO.BAT".
The worst part about the evening? The fact that I now have to wear "cheaters" to SEE those tiny little labels!! *whaah*