How did you route the cable from the front fuse box to the rear? Did you have any issues?I've done this except I used fuse taps to get power from the front fuse box instead. The rear fuse box is shaped awkwardly and I had trouble physically fitting the tap in.
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Damn it ok - which fuse slot do you have it plugged in to the front fuse box?My rear dash cam is power by the front dashcam. So I've powered the front one to the front fuse box and then ran a cable under the headliner from the front DS to the rear DS. I didn't bother removing panels, just tucked the cabled under
Yep! I have something similar, but the slot i have it plugged in right now turns off each time the engine auto stop kicks in. It is currently plugged in to the slot as below:What dash cam model have you got? Do you have a power wire for constant power and ACC power? If not, looking at getting a Blackvue Power Magic Pro. They're cheap and work with any system, and it'll keep the camera powered even if the car turns off until the voltage trips at a setting you choose.
I've just dropped my car off for repair so I can't take a photo but if you read through the fuse descriptions in the manual, you can choose a fuse that would be used for constant power like the locking system and one for acc power like the windows.
Ok great. What is the power unit? And does it have wires for constant power and ACC power? If so and you're wiring to the front passenger fuse box, the constant/batt power goes to the fuse on the bottom row, 4th from the left. The accessory power goes to the the fuse on the top row 2nd from the left.Yep! I have something similar, but the slot i have it plugged in right now turns off each time the engine auto stop kicks in. It is currently plugged in to the slot as below:
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I just don't want it to stop each time the engine shuts off. I do have a voltage trip as well - what voltage setting do you recommend?