Originally Posted by Halibut214
I'm in the process of getting a rearview camera for my rig and am pretty much settled on a wired unit however drilling holes to route wiring is not something I look forward to unless I know exactly where to drill. Anybody here done this or knows of a place I can find this info? I would also be interested in hearing about pic quality on the new wireless units. My last one was not good.
My coach has a valance, for the lack of a better word..... basically a trim board installed at an angle as if it were crown moulding, along the back wall in my bedroom.
It was simply tacked in place and in fact fell down 2 or 3 trips in, and I reattached better than factory. Anyway, if you have that, it would a simple matter to pull it down and have a look. This is where the wiring for my camera and the rear clearance lights run.
Other than that, i suggest calling customer service
the should be able to supply a structural diagram so you can get some idea of where the metal structure is running
and can likely give you some idea about the wiring too, although i wouldn't hold my breath on this part.
I saw where somebody posted that they mounted their camera in the position formally occupied by the center clearance light. I personally would not go that route, but instead mount it below the light.