BlackVue front and rear. Wiring is fairly simple. Tucked up above top trim and (I think) I just pulled the weatherstripping to get it down the side. A cig-lighter plug could easily be run this way.
I'll take a look.... but running the wires inside was not difficult. My hardest task was finding an accessory circuit to tie into at the main fuse panel in the engine bay. Other than that it was easy peasy.Didn’t you need to remove the grab handle? I looked, but there’s not enough of a gap to push a wire. I’m really not sure where the wire goes once you’ve fed it down the a-piller
My dashcam came with a long mini-USB /USB cable. Is it just as simple as (1) cutting off the USB connector and (2) connecting the positive wire to an AUX wire and the negative wire to a ground? Or is there something else that I need to connect? I haven't used any of the AUX switches yet and don't want to screw anything up. Thanks.
same here. BlackVue, and passed the rear camera cable under the plastic floor liners. Trickiest was actually connecting up the Aux wiring as it had been really securely tied out of the way.I installed a dashcam this week and ran the wires along the headliner, removed the passenger grab bar and continued to run the wires down the pillar. I connected the power to aux 4 and grounded it behind the kick panel.
I installed a dashcam this week and ran the wires along the headliner, removed the passenger grab bar and continued to run the wires down the pillar. I connected the power to aux 4 and grounded it behind the kick panel.
@JeepBeep @Punkindave Did you install a voltage regulator? (ex: to convert 12V to 5V.)Same...
Sorry, yes.. THere a number of different styles, got them here