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  1. #51
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    162 - Here is how I circulate antifreeze. - Deerfield
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    Quote Originally Posted by deerfield View Post
    162 - Here is how I circulate antifreeze. - Deerfield
    I will have to say that is a neat way to circulate antifreeze. May have to give that a try.

    Does the drivers feet get any heat or no? Was just curious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walb0244 View Post
    Does the drivers feet get any heat or no? Was just curious.
    Yup. In addition to two all-purpose outlets for heating in the cabin area, there is an outlet under the helm to warm the driver's feet. Nice.
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    between Cab, csmsk, and jester, I've seen the heater hoses connected to the engine at different points. Csmsk has the temp sensor connected to the supply hose in this thread http://moomba.com/msgboard/showthread.php?t=9940, and jester has one hose connected right by the oil dipstick in this thread http://moomba.com/msgboard/showthread.php?t=9877&page=2.

    What is the key deciding factor for deciding where to install the supply and return hoses for the heater?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mnpracing View Post
    between Cab, csmsk, and jester, I've seen the heater hoses connected to the engine at different points. Csmsk has the temp sensor connected to the supply hose in this thread http://moomba.com/msgboard/showthread.php?t=9940, and jester has one hose connected right by the oil dipstick in this thread http://moomba.com/msgboard/showthread.php?t=9877&page=2.

    What is the key deciding factor for deciding where to install the supply and return hoses for the heater?
    I don't have the exact answer to ur question but when I first picked up my boat, I asked the service tech which ports I should use if I was to install a heater so that's what I went by.
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    Cab - another dumb question - I'm guessing that I would order the 12V unit and not the 24V unit, is that right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mnpracing View Post
    between Cab, csmsk, and jester, I've seen the heater hoses connected to the engine at different points. Csmsk has the temp sensor connected to the supply hose in this thread http://moomba.com/msgboard/showthread.php?t=9940, and jester has one hose connected right by the oil dipstick in this thread http://moomba.com/msgboard/showthread.php?t=9877&page=2.

    What is the key deciding factor for deciding where to install the supply and return hoses for the heater?
    On my 02 it was a factory install that used a plug on the engine block above the starter near the dipstick and the plug on the water pump. On newer there is label for the heater on the intake manifold plug and on the water pump..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnpracing View Post
    Cab - another dumb question - I'm guessing that I would order the 12V unit and not the 24V unit, is that right?
    Yes, you want the 12V unit.
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    what about the driver heat vent, or is he heater with the thrill of driving

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    Quote Originally Posted by mustangairchair View Post
    what about the driver heat vent, or is he heater with the thrill of driving
    I opted not to install a vent under the dash. I could get a "Y", some heater hose, and a vent and add it easily enough though.
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