The Escape 19 now has ceiling lighting as a standard feature. I figured that it would be a nice addition to my Escape. Below is how I retrofitted a ceiling light in my Escape 19. It was an easy job once I got over the fear of cutting the ceiling vinyl material.
I purchase a double pancake LED light from http://www.fiberglasstraveltrailersrv.com
Other materials needed are:
4 feet of black 18AWG wire
4 feet of white 18AWG wire
(actually the wires can be any 2 colors to identify the positive and negative. Black and wire are standard colors for positive and negative respectively).
Wire crimp connectors, 2 for 18-gauge wire and 2 for 16-gauge wire.
A 2-foot piece of wire. The wire should be stiff enough to penetrate the insulation. I used a piece of music wire (which is a misnomer as it is used in model airplanes and found in hobby stores)
8 1"x1"x1/2" plywood blocks
5 minute epoxy
acetone or alcohol
I made a template from a cereal box outlining the light and the 4 mounting holes. I made reference lines mounting holes and for the light's center line. The red line is the cut line that marks where the ceiling vinyl is to be removed.