I am humbly reaching out to those in the community with more electrical knowledge than me. I’m having a problem with my dash cam charging set-up. I installed a Blackvue DR650S-2CH on my model X using a spliced female cigarette adapter to memory saver/OBD port and have been using this successfully for months. There is also a little light on this connection letting me know there is power. I attempted the same set-up for the wife’s model S, but found no power from the OBD. No problem with the dashcam when plugged into the 12V outlet. 1. I figured it was a problem with my spliced connection. I re-spliced, no joy. 2. Also wanted to check if the OBD port was bad on the model S, so I transferred the X connector to the S, Dashcam still not powering up, but the light on the connector still lit up. 3. Is it a faulty memory saver? I tried the S spliced-memory saver on the X and now the X dash cam did not power up. So, I switched back to my original connector and the light works, but my dash cam still does not work (on the X). 4. Maybe I blew the fuse to the OBD ports, but no TPMS warnings. Changed the 5 amp fuse to the OBD port and still no change. Any thoughts, because I’m going crazy!?!