I have a FWC swift and found that I rarely used the 3 way fridge.
1. It kills the battery in a matter of hours. Slightly slower when truck is running but still not enough to prevent a net negative charge.
2. The propane blows out on the road and is hardly worthwhile when it is 90s in the deep south.
3. My mission is usually 1-2 nights so ice from home is adequate.
4. I mostly need the drinks outside so cooler is fine.
5. Loading and unloading from home fridge needs another container anyway.
Here in the deep South during the day its nice to cool off for an hour and hot humid nights. The Honda 2000 easily fits in the cab. It will run a 5000 btu AC in ecomode for 10+ hours on a gallon of gas.
FWC will not put an AC on the Swift to my knowledge and would not want the look of it hanging precariously out the back.
1. Disconnected 12V and 120V wiring
2. Capped the gas line with a brass 3/4 in plug
3. Pulled plastic gray trim off the fridge and reinstalled in the cabinet
4. Made a plywood spacer above the AC
5. Put a female end on the 120V wires and plugged in
6. Shoved a tip with a 1/2 in plastic tube through the drain plug on the back that can drape through the louvers on the vent or can drill down
Install is DIY but looks clean enough for now but would appreciate any suggestions. May have to put a larger 12 V fan for the compartment for better exchange.
Edited by Frstnflt, 05 May 2020 - 07:55 PM.