Fuse tap layout is closely the same between 13-16, and the 17 year models. However thanks for bringing this up as I should touch on a few things, compared to my old post.
Unfortunately mine decided to die on me not too long ago. Ended up returning for a refund and got something else (Viofo A119S) as I did not want to wait for the longer ship time. Plus other issues. It was nice when it was working though. At least the seller did not cause any issues in returning.
Use fuse slot 23 for yellow wire. Then slot 16 for red as it should always be hot with current (power truck is always active). Also you need to change the fuses into micro2 fuses as the one it comes with are not Micro2 types.
I had to skip fuse taps however on my 2017 and use a OBII power connector instead. The BCM has odd grooves that doesnt secure any fuse tap well, and that leads to electronics performing incorrectly or losing communication. The upper housing unit also was a real challenge to get to snap in.
Its a nice housing but for a 2017+ i would skip it now. Mostly because fuse tap and upper housing being a pain. I really liked how integrated it looked though, but alas function over form is my preference in the end. Rear camera is poor quality for 720p...even the upgraded one that looks nicer, still has poor imaging. I would skip the rear camera completely and install a second discreet unit instead.
Good choice on the Viofo. I replaced my old dashcam with the Viofo in my 2014 and transferred it to the '17. I like its wedge shape which looks right at home next to the forward camera and rain sensor housing. I also liked that, unlike many others, not only does it have a glass lens but that lens is adjustable side-to-side. It's hardly noticeable from outside the car. Just a short length of wire is showing next to the aforementioned housings. That can't really be avoided.
I really like the idea of the OBDII power source. Great tip! Thanks for the link. This is why I love these forums. We all learn from each other.
Mine is plugged into a 12V female accessory socket hidden under the IP and powered with an Add-a-Circuit tap. It's easily removable at lease end. I've had no electrical issues in either car with this setup.
I have the optional GPS mount. Didn't really need it but it makes the unit easier to dismount.
Edited by drolds1, 26 July 2017 - 02:34 AM.