Originally Posted by LPChristilaw
...where do you guys go to fill the LP tank? Will electrical power the refrigerator? Will the AC run all night if the engine isn’t running? Are there electrical hookups on the van like you would find on a travel trailer so that I could plug in at parks?
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On my Dodge based 1997 170P, the smaller cousin to the 190, the LP fill port is cleverly hidden behind the driver's side step. A previous owner made an adapter to help the station attendants, who had problems getting their hose to reach in. There's a retractable sewer hose also under the step. Very clever engineering during those years.
AC power comes in through the side storage compartment behind the driver's door, although I added an extension to make it accessible from the driver's step without a key.
AC can only be run on shore power or a generator. It's very power hungry. Fridge also needs a lot of electrical power, so when off-grid you use propane.