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Ac wiring i need to add an ac to a 2007 chevy bus. where do i tie into the factory harness to do this

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Find a 12 volt power wire at the battery or nearby, like on the starter solenoid. Put a wire on that and add a fuse, then run the power to your controls.

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You are using a 15 amp double pole breaker? If you are the two wires going into the breaker are you line voltage wires. A third conductor usually ground/bare would go to ground terminal. If you have 4 wires and the other one is white, that should be tied into the neutral ground bus back in the panel and is probably wired into the outlet as well. Buy a new outlet and you cannot go wrong.

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Check to make sure it is single phase, should be stamped on unit. Is this wiring coming from what use to be there?

If you replaced the old unit with this one, you can trace the wires back to the breaker box. If you are Electrically inclined or you know someone who is.
Remove the panel and trace the nuetral and ground wire to the bus termination.

Some States require or use to require that the nuetral
and ground wire be tied together. 230 is 230v ,2hot and a ground.

My guess is you tie nuetral and ground together or
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If you are uneasy about electricity, talk to a certified
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You will need a 5 wire minimum.

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