Switched-ignition battery circuit in rear of Class C?
Hi everyone! We just bought a used 2004 Coachmen 258DB Freedom Class C. Very nice, 25k miles, well taken care of. Our first RV. Anyway, to my question...
I have a wireless backup camera I'm installing and I'm looking for a switched-ignition battery feed in the rear of the coach somewhere. Reason is that I want the camera powered up whenever the engine's running, not just when the vehicle is in reverse. I like the idea of being able to look at the backup camera for confirmation that it's safe to switch lanes. So I need the camera to be on whenever the vehicle is running. Any ideas of a circuit in the rear of the vehicle that could be tapped into that only provides 12v when the ignition switch is ON? I see there's a circuit in the 7-way trailer connector called "Fused Battery Lead/Aux Power" but I'm guessing that's hot all the time if it's a battery lead. But maybe not...anyone know if that's switched or hot at all times? Or another switched B+ circuit? Thanks!! BTW, Chevy C3500 chassis, 6.0L V8.
EDIT: Just went out and checked the Aux Power lead. No luck, not powered either vehicle off OR running. Must be it's not connected up front wherever it's supposed to be connected.