Considering all, it was somewhat of a pain in the ass. I hooked the power of the wireless camera to the yellow running lamp wire (power), and grounded it to the black wire. When I would turn on the cameras via turning the running lamps on, the car would skip a beat. It would do the same as soon as I turned off the lamps too. When I turned the headlights on or off, everything was fine. It was just the running lamps.
If I turned the running lamps on while driving, I could feel a distinct skip in the motor, which would slow the car down for a split second. Same thing turning them off.
When I closed the bonnet, SAME THING.
So, I tried grounding it to the body. (the ground-post near the terminals in the engine bay.)
Same thing happened! Skipping!
I unplugged the right rear running lamp, and the problem went away.
I plugged it back in, and it came back EXCEPT THAT THE CAR TURNED OFF TWICE IN A ROW WHEN I TURNED ON THE RUNNING LAMPS. IT COMPLETELY SHUT OFF. I restarted it. It was unreal!
I tried moving the wiring for the wireless monitor instead, and the power wire was moved from the AC fuse in the passenger fusebox to the power wire on the Alpine stereo, and the ground from that obvious screw on the fusebox, over to the ground wire of the Alpine.
Same problem remained. It seems to be isolated to the camera, which is wireless, as is the monitor. The monitor is hooked up to a toggle switch installed in the empty spot on of the mirror-adjustor unit. This toggle switch is grounded to the black wire in the ashtray.
I suppose I should verify that this black wire is grounding the toggle switch. Perhaps this is where my problem is.
Otherwise, I really like having the monitor.
Right now every wire is disconnected, and I cant work on this issue while it is running since I refuse to start it while awaiting new manifolds from Nouvalai.