I installed the kit in my 2012.
The instructions are good up until you have to splice the wire into the backup lights.
Maybe I am not that bright, but the instructions are not that clear and I had a hard time finding the correct connection to unplug.
I needed to remove connector C5 Letter E - never found that stamped anywhere.
The diagram of the connector is not very good, luckily it specified a brown connector and there is only one brown one on my TIPM.
I had the dealer flash the truck before I installed the camera kit.
I got that idea from someone else that installed the kit.
Once flashed, I put the truck in reverse, the radio screen went blank with a "Check all surroundings" warning.
At that point I knew it was correctly flashed by the dealer.
I installed the kit the next day and knew if it did not work, it was me and not the dealership.
Worked the first try.
I had read a post by one person that installed the kit, got it flashed and it did not work. He messed with it and messed with it until he finally figured out that the dealer had not actually flashed the truck correctly.
There are two parts to the flash - 1. update the truck info at Chrysler - 2. update the info on the computer on the truck. - they only did #1.
The instructions that come with the kit include the instructions for the dealer.
If you have set up an account with moparownerconnect.com, after the dealer flashes the kit, it will show up there as a dealer installed option.
I had them add the code for the RBZ radio I installed as well.
The kit comes with lots of zip ties for securing the wiring harness under the truck - use as many as you can.
Once the dealer flashes, there is a new option on your radio setup menu that allows you to turn the rearview camera on and off.
hope this post is helpful.