I throw around lots of ideas in my head, after thinking and staring at it for awhile I probably just dangle a cord through a rocker panel plug near the B-pillar since that's the shortest route to the electrical stuff.Do you really want to have an AC power receptical in your fuel tank filler compartment? Doesn’t seem very safe to me.
...I like the idea of stepping over the cord when getting in the van to vacate the camp , a reminder like Msnomer's bungied steering wheel .
I like your access point for shore power. I tried it - removed the tail light assembly, the 4 torx screws (1 on top on my 2020 as well), but the panel is still held in place on the left side by something. Any trick to this that I missed? Thanks!Thanks to the forum for providing the intel on this location! I wanted to add some details for those interested. Noco 15amp 6' cord (basically an extension cord as my power consumption will be minimal). Behind this panel is simply a void and access to a snap-on cabin filter. There are 3 - T30 screws to remove to pull back the panel, 2 on the right side of the panel and 1 underneath. Imho, this has to be one of the best shore power locations for the ProMaster. Install time < 1 hr. I should've taped off around the hole location to prevent scuffing. That plastic comes out shredded around the edges of the hole piece. A pilot hole was drilled for the 2" hole drill. Silicone still needs to be added. Btw, the red "light" is just a reflector so no wiring behind there.
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I made access for the shore power, forward of the Wheel Well directly into van and did not remove rear taillight assembly. I did however remove light assembly to put in the OEM trailer light harness..I like your access point for shore power. I tried it - removed the tail light assembly, the 4 torx screws (1 on top on my 2020 as well), but the panel is still held in place on the left side by something. Any trick to this that I missed? Thanks!
One on drivers and passenger side 30amp. 15amp for generator and Anderson for solar when hauling cargo trailer. We have solar and twin honda gens in cargo.Where are people bringing shore power into the PM vans? Is there a place to do this without buying a RV inlet and cutting a hole in the van?