Hi Folks! I'm about to throw in the towel on this one but thought I would see if this forum could offer any assistance. I purchased a Wi-Fi backup camera on Amazon from LASTBUS. It had decent reviews and appeared to be easy to install. What was supposed to be a 30 minute installation has turned into 3 days of troubleshooting. The bottom line is when I START the ENGINE on my 2016 Dodge Ram there is a slight dip in voltage to my tail lights where I had planned on taking power for the camera. I had previously tried the license plate lights and experienced the same. If I simply turn on the running lights to power the camera it works as intended. When I START the ENGINE the voltage drops to approximately 11.4V which is apparently beyond the tolerances of the camera and the Wi-Fi network being advertised by the camera immediately drops. I wanted to know if there was anything that I could adjust to keep the voltage from dropping below the threshold of that required by the camera?