Engine Heater

Engine Heater Operation:

Usually manufactured in a in 120-volt version, the engine heater is a submersible heating element that heat engine oil or the antifreeze in the radiator or engine block. It ranges in size, from the size of a freeze plug to the size of a crankcase oil dipstick.

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