Here's the scoop. Ford builds the chassis with brake controller and charge line wires in place. BUT, the manufacturer has the option of connecting those wires (or not) any which way he chooses. So, the place to get an answer (and sometimes an incorrect answer!) is by calling Coachmen, rather than Ford.
That said, you should find a six-pin connector under the dash, above where your left foot goes. It will probably be brown, with two rows of three pins each. The wire colors going into it would likely be red, blue, green, white and brown. That's a typical Ford brake controller connector.
At the rear of the coach, you should find a 7-pin connector, wired as shown on "7-way RV Standard" at this link
. The brake controller wire is at 5 o'clock position. The 12V charge line is at the 1 o'clock position. The 12V charge line may be live already, and easy to check (voltmeter set at 15VDC between the pin and the ground pin at the 7-pin connector). For the brake controller you can put some kind of voltage on the blue pin of the under-dash connector and see if it shows up at the 7-pin connector in the rear.
Now, all of this advice assumes that Ford and Coachmen didn't do anything differently than expected.
Even if the chassis is pre-wired, you'll need to but a cable to connect the controller to the connector under the dash. Here's a link
to one such cable.