I ordered a 2021 Crew RWB/MR. I decided to go with the rear A/C option. I plan on installing a MaxxAir Fan once I receive the van, but I’m not exactly sure where I should put it? If I put it in the back of the van, wouldn’t the air from the rear A/C just blow out?
Any help is greatly appreciated.
If you decide to block off the rear ac, the only "kit" I found that worked was from StreetRodGuys. This is right by the driver wheel where the two lines run to the back along the left beam. I used a plumbing cutter, de-burred the ends, and she is good to go. I had previously purchased a kit...
I’m new to the forum and plan to order a Transit Cargo van, 144” wheel base, dual rear wheels, high roof, extended/long body, AWD and convert it to a class B RV. I've spent the last 2 months on this to develop requirements and come up with a conceptual design of the system. For the HVAC system...
I'm debating whether I should keep the factory (oem) heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning system for the rear of my van.
factory headliner and ducting
no additional cost
doesn't do AC without the engine running
heat also requires hot coolant from...
Just picked up my 2020 Transit Crew and have the rear A/C unit in the back. Wondering if anyone has wired the rear A/C to run off a house battery so it can be used while parked? I'm a newbie and have been doing a deep dive in wiring. I have a single battery but looking to get and additional...
Rear Air Conditioner/ Condensing Unit with Plastic Enclosure - $615.
We're converting our 2016 Ford Transit 350 XLT 15 passenger van into a camper van and will not be having rear air-conditioning, so we're selling the unit and enclosure.
Previous owner replaced the motor in July 2020.