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Mercedes Sprinter: Roof/Ceiling Fan
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Windows can provide some ventilation, but a roof/ceiling fan is very important: it can pull air on or blow air out, thus allowing wide flexibility in temperature control under many conditions. A roof fan can also automatically close if it rains, and takes very little power.
The Fantastic Fan @AMAZON is popular, and has now been installed (picture below is before install). It is a must-have for keeping the van cool or pulling outside air into the van.
Shown below, the apparent location for a fan is forward in the cabin (the circular indent at the top of the picture), not far behind the seats. But a better location according to many is near the rear of the van, an idea I support since with windows cracked open the air will be pulled over most of the length of the van interior.
Sprinter owners with the 170-inch wheelbase might wish to install dual fans, one forward and one at the rear. In my view this is overkill for a 144" wheelbase Sprinter.