The heater element is an electric heating element used to warm the coolant fluid contained within the block of the engine. The warm coolant raises the engine block temperature to aid the ability of the engine starting in extremely cold temperatures. The use of this immersion heater will also warm up the vehicle faster. then it normally would in extremely cold weather. This Cummins electric heating element is installed directly into the cylinder block through a freeze plug on the block. This emersion coolant heater is the same as a Block heater which is used to heat the engines coolant. They are an immersion-style heater that replaces one of the frost plugs the manufacturer installed in your engine block. When you plug in the heater, it heats the antifreeze in the block, which then heats the block and everything attached to it. The coolant warmer is connected through a power cord often routed through the vehicle's grille.
What Types of Cummins diesel engine heaters are there?
There are two primary types of heaters used to warm the engines coolant fluid:
If you are having trouble starting your truck in cold weather then the installation of a new or replacement heater kit will make this experience much easier.
If you dread trying to start your engine on cold mornings, diesel engine block heaters will definitely help. Just connect the block heater cord to your 120-volt outlet and you can keep your engine coolant at a manageable temperature.
Cummins Block Heater Installation
Block heaters are normally a straightforward installation process which is not difficult. The installation degree of difficulty can increase due to restricted working conditions. to install. Most engine heaters take one to two hours.
NOTE: When installing a block heater in your diesel engine:
NOTE: When installing a heater element in your diesel engine we recommend you take the following steps prior to installation.
What does an Engine Block Heater Kit contain?
What are the benefits obtained by installing a Cummins engine block heater?
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