This white cargo van was just listed today in New Jersey: A 2003 Dodge Sprinter 3500 with a high roof and the long 158 inch wheelbase. A perfect candidate for a camper conversion. The van looks good in the pictures. No major damage or rust visible on the outside. The seller listed the van with… Read more 2003 Dodge Sprinter for $7850 in New Jersey
An empty starter battery can ruin your day. That’s why you should route your interior lights to the house battery instead. In a T1N Sprinter, this is an easy task – you just have to find the right cable to cut into 🙂 Other than that this is a simple 2 on the difficulty scale and the most tricky part is to route the cable from your house battery to the connection point.
This short post will show you how to install AC and DC outlets in your van to power all the things that you need to run to make your camper life easier and have a clean look inside instead of running extension cords everywhere. Pretty easy job if you take your time. Difficulty Rating: 2
This post is about installing a solar system in your van. I’m describing the details of solar panels, charge controllers and the bits and pieces that connect them to your house batteries. This is not a complicated job but requires some planning ahead and some basic knowledge of electrical systems. On the 1-10 difficulty scale I think this one is a three.
This post is about installing a cable hatch to your sprinter to have easy access to AC power while camping. Not a difficult job but it requires to drill a big hole in your van, a little bit of spray paint and three screws. On the difficulty scale I would call this a 3.