Ok here are some pics.
Inside control unit just clears slide.
In this picture you can see the ceiling light between two Ac units. To run wiring you have to drop this light. This will give you access to run 12/2 wire. There is a channel in ceiling that runs from behind refrigerator to this light and from this light to vent where the Ac will be installed. There is spare wire in there for a power vent option. Too small to run Ac. ( I used this wire when I rewired interior lights to a switch at door). So basically I ran new wire from vent down the channel to light and from light to behind refrigerator. I also had to remove refrigerator vent cap from on top of camper to direct wire down. I also used fish tape to pull wire.
This is back of refrigerator from outside. Yellow wire is the new Ac wire. I first displaced electric panel below refrigerator to make sure things were clear so I could drilled a hole thru wood. Then I ran wire down.
I went to local Rv dealer and found this 15 amp male plug. Used a 1 7/8" hole saw and drilled hole for plug. Ran wire out hole and connected it to plug. Installed plug with three screws.
All this took me about 4 hours. Only help I had was two strong guys to lift Ac unit up to me while I was on roof.Upper unit weighs about 80 pounds. Had camper out about two weeks ago in 105 degree temps. In afternoon sun I would run both units and they could maintain 74 degrees. New unit blows nicely into front tent. I only use second Ac when first starts losing ground. Also for initial cool down during setup.