size your wires harness about 5 feet and attach to the BMK connector. The power requires a 2A fuse. I used flex tubing for added wire protection. Red wire is 12v+, white is 12v-, Gray cable is the communication cable and the twisted pair blue/orange is the shunt sensor.
open up the cover at the foot of the bed under the mattress. The right hand side corner is right above the battery compartment… run your wire harness here.
In the battery compartment, connect the shunt sensor and power to the BMK module.
Attaché BMK module to the frame of the bed.
Run the communication cable (left of the green cable) to the engine/tranny belly… you may have to remove some of the expansion foam and respray it once the the wires are run.
run the comm cable along the wiring bundle on top of the tranny, towards the DEF tank and into the inverter compartment.
Attach the comm cable using an RJ11 splitter… unplug the ags comm cable on the inverter, and insert to one side of the splitter, insert BMK cable (that was just pulled over the tranny) to other side of the splitter. Attach pig tail on the RJ11 splitter to the inverter.
It should only take a second for the BMK module to attach itself to the network.
Reset the rAH out feature and watch how much current is being used up in your battery bank… The state of charge takes a few days to come up.
1.1 amps to start the generator…
Thats about it… overall its about a 5/10… 10 being the hardest for a DIY.