Maybe someone will learn from my adventure today. As I mentioned, there is leak under my van that comes from the area at the top of the black tank. I determined today that the leak only shows up when the plumbing system is under pressure. The leak is greater when I connect a hose from my house but it still leaks under pump pressure.
So it is not the black tank.
The water supply to the bathroom was run behind the side wall so I was convinced that it was leaking there and just happened to be running out where the bathroom drains go through the floor (shower drain or toilet drain). So I removed the side wall but the plumbing and insulation is all dry back there
My water heater is in the the rear corner of the van. I found a damp spot on the carpet in the corner. Now I suspect the leak just might originate with the water heater and the water travels under the plywood floor and exits at my drain cutout near the middle of the van.
I don't have a bypass on water heater but will install one tomorrow and bypass the water heater completely. Then I'll test the system again. If the system doesn't leak when the heater is bypassed then that means a new water heater for me because it is not leaking at the connections.
A black tank leak should smell but my tank was clean. It is stainless steel and shiny like new inside. Water from it probably wouldn't smell bad or so I surmised.
It is still a mystery leak for now but I'm getting closer to solving it. I figure I'd post this under the Black Tank Repair thread just in case someone else has a leak in that area. If it doesn't smell bad then maybe the leak originates somewhere else.