Originally Posted by yellowxj
Thanks. It does look like they disconnected the factory ac and had some aux ac in the back above the door but theres nothing left but the hoses. I would be okay with Dash AC and a 110 mounted discreetly somewhere. I want to put a small back porch on it where I can hide a quiet 2KW generator to power the AC and some Outlets inside. I think I can run the 110 AC and Generator while going down the road if I needed extra Cooling . Would it work?
Jeep, bus, repeat.
people do it all the time.. run the genset and drive. im not sure if a 2K genersator will start up the compressor on a camper or window unit or not..
I have a 2 hose portable I use for when im stopped in my bus. (I have a regular large bus (short but tall).. I installed 2 A/C in it for the road but when im stopped i need air.. my portable unit is called a climax and it is soft-start.. (no surge current) but of course portable units tke up a bit of interior space physically..
the nost part of your dash air might still be there... and that GMC van style was made through 1995 so a lot of the hoses, coils etc up through the 92 model year would work to replace anything that the coach builder set up as a Tor Y under the hood... I yanked a whole system out of a junk yard for the Vandura i did... then i just bought new fan motor, heaster core and accumulator.. the rest was all used and that thing blue ice cold for many years after I sold the van to a friend.