Hi, I hope somebody can help; I have a cheap (Apeman) action cam in my car in use as a dash cam. The car is a 2012 Honda CRV diesel. The action cam is connected to a 12V power outlet via a USB cable and plug. Recently the car started disabling the stop/start function with a battery icon next the the warning (which apparently means it has insufficient power or incorrect battery fitted). The battery is only two years old and was fitted by the AA. When I removed the action cam, after a few miles the warning cleared by itself and has not returned. What puzzles me is that I know (having tested them by plugging my phone into them) that both power outlets are only live with the ignition on. Is it possible that the action cam would put such a high drain on the car battery that it could disable the stop/start or does it look like a fault with the battery or charging system on the car? Any suggestions welcome.