For sure! If you follow the same pathing I did for the wiring you'll see where the yellow connector resides and then the camera goes as high as the cable allows. It's probably a bit higher than 6ft. I attached it with electrical tape and drove around town to find where I liked it. It probably could have gone a bit lower. My main goal was to be able to see infinitely towards the horizon while still seeing as close to my bumper as possible.Great tip thanks! How tall are you (to find out how high you positioned it)? I am 6'3" so head-high might be too high in my case.
Are you happy with covering the existing rearview mirror with the new screen?
An Amazon buyer placed the new screen above the rearview mirror so you can see both. I feel that in a Transist this might the block the view of the front camera. My main need is for the rearview screen but it would be better to avoid blocking the front view camera.
There is a little plastic cap that allows entry into the door. I cut a bit of that to allow the cable to pass through and then covered with black silicone to seal it back up. Getting the wiring from the cab into the door was a bit tough. There is an electrical taped rubber grommet inside the door that I opened up and then worked a fish tape through to get inside the last column of the van. Then I had to reverse it with the cable attached. If I did it again I would have used soap to help the cable and snake slide through. It's a tight fit with other cables in the grommet / pathway. You'll need the extension cable to make it this far. I also used little pieces of vhb to route the wiring along the inside of the door and as far as I can tell it only hits the rubber seal on the other door in one place and shouldn't cause issues. It's nice how much room is between the doors.
You can position it so the front camera isn't blocked. I haven't played much with it, the only drawback I see is the black V on the front glass is within the frame, but that's ok. I'm about to take my first test trip and I'll setup the video for the front camera to see how it turns out