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Master Fuel Heater

Discussion in 'Diesel Additives, Oils, Lubricants, Fuel, etc.' started by sporanox, Aug 3, 2014.

  1. sporanox

    sporanox Registered User

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    Anyone ever see one of these? GM part number 22511639. I was thinking about putting it on my CUCV M1008 for the winter. IMG_0189.JPG
     
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    My 6.2 has one like that. Never hooked it up though.
    May do some experiments to see If it makes a difference in fuel temp.

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    MFH

    I assume the wire is for a positive hook up but how does it ground? I wouldn't mind seeing a picture if you could snap on off.
     
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    If I get home while it's still light out, I will.
    But otherwise, I believe it grounds through the line.

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    Don't know how much money you can spend, but IIRC Raycor makes some really good filter/heaters.
     
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    Crap, completely forgot.
    I go out here in a bit and get it.
    The engine is pulled, but I never even hooked up the heater, as I was running plain diesel.

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    Finally got it.
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    You can sorta see it there.
    Mine has the secondary filter at the back of the intake. So it grounds there, and at the lift pump.
    I can maybe look in my book to see if there's any info on it, but I'm not real sure a factory one would do much good for waste oil.
    (Not sure if that's your intentions)

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    That one is a bit different than mine, do you have anything showing what year it may be off of?
     

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