There were 2 challenges:
- Fishing out the rear camera micro-USB connector–SOLUTION: Reduced its thickness using a Dremel Sandpaper Band, the make pretty with heat-shrink tubing.
- Using the best accessory fuse in the fuse block for the supplied fuse-jumper. I selected the 50amp ignition [based on reading] fuse. For what-ever-the reason, my choice and accent lighting did not work well together. After driving to my electronics store I was not able to start the van. It was towed to my Ford Dealer. There, they determined the 5-amp fuse was blowing and deduced it was caused by the accent lighting wiring [see their invoice in the 1st comment]. I removed my connection yesterday. It was no longer in the circuit. The foot-well accents lights continue to work. Yes, I had to pay to return to the road. I have connected the Cellink to the 20-amp Washer Pump at position F82. All seems well [as it did yesterday when I left for Brantley Electronics].
All my connections are soldered and protected with heat-shrink-tubing. The exposed color wire at the Cellink will be covered with split-loom tubing.
I am pleased with the installation. I do not like the lost time, money, and absence of 2 accent lighting circuits. To be resolved…