28BHBE Eagle Backup Camera Wire Fishing
Planning a solo trip with just the dog for company and looking at installing a backup camera with a couple of side cameras. Dog is pretty smart but not much help backing into camp sites.
From what I have seen multiple cameras usually eliminates possibility of wireless cameras so I have been looking at a wired system, probably the Rear View Safety System with a Quad View Monitor:
Not cheap, but less expensive than running into something.
The side cameras will relatively easy to power off of the side marker lights above the pass-through doors and then up to the tongue.
My question is whether anybody has had any success fishing a backup camera wire through the rear wall ? I would use the center rear marker light for power and ground and then run the wire inside the wall and then under rear bunk. Then it would relatively easy to push it out the existing wire holes and drop a few screws from the plastic underbelly and zip tie/secure it to run up to the tongue at the front.
I have the Eagle with the vacuum bonded fiberglass walls. Does this make it impossible to fish wire through ? I have seen the stick-on wire housing that go down the rear of RV's but I would prefer to have it inside the walls to maintain factory appearance. It is too cold and snowy to start pulling out lights etc. to see whether it is possible and I would like to order the kit to get this done first thing in the spring.
2015 Eagle 284BHBE
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