You guys are going to hate me because I didn't take pictures during the install. But I will explain as best I can.
Install wasn't that bad actually. I mounted the camera to the license plate with the supplied bolts that came with the camera. They are security bolts that can only be loosened with the supplied special allen wrench.
To route the wires:
Remove the rear gate trim (this is a big piece) by simply pulling on the handles near the bottom of the gate. It takes a bit of pull to get it to pop off. Then you have to remove the trim piece on the outside of the gate, the piece that covers the handle that opens the gate, by removing two nuts on the inside of the gate (you'll see them once the big trim piece is removed) and then releasing the clips from the inside using a pair of pliers. Once you remove this piece of trim you will see some holes that are plenty big for the wire and connector to fit through.
Once that was done I routed the wire along the driver's side of the gate up to the very top and fed it through one of the holes already there. I had to pull the boot out and feed the wire through the hole. Then stuck the boot back in and got it as tight as I could.
Then I routed the wire through the trim down to the compartment that houses the jack on the driver's side. That's where I connected my power and ground wires. I took power directly from the fuse box. You can choose any spot to tap into that is only on when the ignition is on. Or if you want you can use the reverse lights and tap power from there. But then you will only be able to view the camera when in reverse. I wanted to be able to view it anytime. For the ground I used the upper bolt from the bracket that holds the jack in place.
I routed the power wire and the video both down the driver's side floor just under the trim.
There may be a better way to do this, but this way was really easy and did not require drilling any new holes. The only thing I didn't really like about this install was I'm not 100% sure the boot on the rear gate is completely sealed. I really don't think there will be any issues whatsoever, but I'm going to check it periodically.
Hope this wasn't too hard to follow. Again, sorry for no pics.
'11 Liberty Jet Sport - 4x4