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Wiring Dash cams

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I'm in the process of fitting dash cams in my SLK r171 i have routed the wire from the rear view mirror to the drivers side where the bonnet pull is. I took the cover off on the drivers side where the fuse box is supposed to be but I couldn't see one. As this is a UK vehicle would the fusebox be on the passenger side? I am a bit reluctant to try and see as there is an airbag sign on the cover although when I look underneath the area from the passengers footwell it looks like there is a fusebox here. Can someone who has found the interior fuse box please help?

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You've gone down the wrong side of the car - the fuse box you're talking about is one the PASSENGER side behind the flap - you're far enough away from the airbag to not worry about it.

However, there are no switched sources in there - the best and easiest route to get a switched source is from the cigarette lighter / aux socket in the passenger footwell (or centre console depending on the fit of your car) - it's switched and will have enough spare capacity to run a dashcam
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You've gone down the wrong side of the car - the fuse box you're talking about is one the PASSENGER side behind the flap - you're far enough away from the airbag to not worry about it.

However, there are no switched sources in there - the best and easiest route to get a switched source is from the cigarette lighter / aux socket in the passenger footwell (or centre console depending on the fit of your car) - it's switched and will have enough spare capacity to run a dashcam
Thanks for your reply i have found the fuse box but I am not sure which fuse i can use for constant supply when the engine is off. I am going to scotch lock into the cigarette lighter but do you know which cable the live is? as i don't have a multi meter.

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Just done the same with my SLK

All fuses are permanent power (surprised me), but I chose Fuse 22, which seems most suitable.

There should be a slip of paper in the fuse box with all the fuse designations on. If not print one out and put it there.

Used a "piggyback" fuse breakout thingy (search addafuse) to get at the power.

For the switched i used the 12V socket in the passenger footwell.
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If you install a dash cam in an SLK, there is a possibility it could interfere with your GPS. If the GPS gets lost, remove the dash cam to see if that fixes the problem.

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If you install a dash cam in an SLK, there is a possibility it could interfere with your GPS. If the GPS gets lost, remove the dash cam to see if that fixes the problem.

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Just done the same with my SLK

All fuses are permanent power (surprised me), but I chose Fuse 22, which seems most suitable.

There should be a slip of paper in the fuse box with all the fuse designations on. If not print one out and put it there.

Used a "piggyback" fuse breakout thingy (search addafuse) to get at the power.

For the switched i used the 12V socket in the passenger footwell.
Thanks for the reply that’s a big help. Which wire did you connect to at the 12v? I was going to scotch lock into one of the wires.

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I am going to scotch lock into the cigarette lighter but do you know which cable the live is? as i don't have a multi meter.
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Looking at the picture I took of My R171/2010 model, it looks like a Black & Yellow wire:


But You really need to pop down to Wilko's or Maplin and get Your self a multi meter for this type of work:
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If you install a dash cam in an SLK, there is a possibility it could interfere with your GPS. If the GPS gets lost, remove the dash cam to see if that fixes the problem.
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Yes, My Mobius Camera knocked out the SLK GPS signal, if You can find this screen, You can watch the satellites come & go as You move the camera location:


So I ended up having to mount the Dash Cam on the left hand side of the rear view mirror and just tucked the cable behind the trim & with a lot of fiddling around, dropped it behind the dash, where You Tax Disk use to sit:
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Confirm..Black/yellow wire.

My Garmin 55 had no noticeable impact on satnav.
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Hi everyone.

I've been enjoying my R170 for the last year but I now have a lovely shiny 2011 R171 and am having all sorts of issues getting my dashcam plumbed in... or, i should say my husband is!!

We found the fusebox on the passenger side (it's a UK RHD) and proceeded to try the piggy-back fuse adaptor to all of the 5v.fuses.. found out after a load of huffing (because my husband didn't read the instructions), that everything on the passenger fusebox is constantly powered which would mean I'd have to reach across to turn the cam on/off all the time.

The obvious resolution for me is to try and get it plugged into a switched fuse but my model doesn't appear to have a cigarette lighter socket in the ashtray drawer.. it's just another drawer!

There is a socket in the foot well but how on earth is the easiest way to get a cable from the cam round the passenger side and plug it where it has to go? What needs to come out? Is there an easy way??? Preferably one that won't end up in divorce if I suggest it?

If not, how can we get from the inside to the switched fuses in the engine bay? Is that easier? I really don't want to be drilling holes..

Hope someone has a procedure that isn't too painful!

Thanks everyone.. and happy Easter!

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Hi everyone.

I've been enjoying my R170 for the last year but I now have a lovely shiny 2011 R171 and am having all sorts of issues getting my dashcam plumbed in... or, i should say my husband is!!

We found the fusebox on the passenger side (it's a UK RHD) and proceeded to try the piggy-back fuse adaptor to all of the 5v.fuses.. found out after a load of huffing (because my husband didn't read the instructions), that everything on the passenger fusebox is constantly powered which would mean I'd have to reach across to turn the cam on/off all the time.

The obvious resolution for me is to try and get it plugged into a switched fuse but my model doesn't appear to have a cigarette lighter socket in the ashtray drawer.. it's just another drawer!

There is a socket in the foot well but how on earth is the easiest way to get a cable from the cam round the passenger side and plug it where it has to go? What needs to come out? Is there an easy way??? Preferably one that won't end up in divorce if I suggest it?

If not, how can we get from the inside to the switched fuses in the engine bay? Is that easier? I really don't want to be drilling holes..

Hope someone has a procedure that isn't too painful!

Thanks everyone.. and happy Easter!

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Hi everyone.

I've been enjoying my R170 for the last year but I now have a lovely shiny 2011 R171 and am having all sorts of issues getting my dashcam plumbed in... or, i should say my husband is!!

We found the fusebox on the passenger side (it's a UK RHD) and proceeded to try the piggy-back fuse adaptor to all of the 5v.fuses.. found out after a load of huffing (because my husband didn't read the instructions), that everything on the passenger fusebox is constantly powered which would mean I'd have to reach across to turn the cam on/off all the time.

The obvious resolution for me is to try and get it plugged into a switched fuse but my model doesn't appear to have a cigarette lighter socket in the ashtray drawer.. it's just another drawer!

There is a socket in the foot well but how on earth is the easiest way to get a cable from the cam round the passenger side and plug it where it has to go? What needs to come out? Is there an easy way??? Preferably one that won't end up in divorce if I suggest it?

If not, how can we get from the inside to the switched fuses in the engine bay? Is that easier? I really don't want to be drilling holes..

Hope someone has a procedure that isn't too painful!

Thanks everyone.. and happy Easter!

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and proceeded to try the piggy-back fuse adaptor to all of the 5v.fuses..

I hope this is a typo


No 5V fuses in the SLK, only 12V.


Do not cut off the cigarette lighter socket on the end of the cable, as will have a small voltage converter, to drop the car 12V to the 5V of the dash cam. Also do not cut off the USB plug and connect the wires to the car!



You will need at least 3-4m of cable to go from near the interior mirror to the socket in the passenger footwell.
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Thanks for the reminder.. updated to my new 171 now. Will try and add some photos of the 170 for my garage before she is sold.
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No 5V fuses in the SLK, only 12V.


Do not cut off the cigarette lighter socket on the end of the cable, as will have a small voltage converter, to drop the car 12V to the 5V of the dash cam. Also do not cut off the USB plug and connect the wires to the car


You will need at least 3-4m of cable to go from near the interior mirror to the socket in the passenger footwell.
Indeed! 5 Amp fuses. Definitely a typo.. Good advice about the converter.

The Hardwire kit I got for the dashcam came with about 5m of cable and had the voltage converter included. 20 GBP well spent.
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For general information, this is how I wired the dash cam on My old R171 - I used one of these 12volt to 5volt USB power converters: (Thought it rude not to have a look inside )


....and mounted it here with a bit of double sided tape right next to the UK N/S fuse box:


Remove the panel under the glove box:


And using a multi-meter, used a scotch clip to pick up 12volt switched power from the 12volt power socket & then picked up an earth from behind the panel where the passengers left foot is, in the foot well.. Using a fuse for any additional items You add is also important, to protect ones SLK..!!
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