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JEGS 1 1/2 in. Core Plug Heater 600 Watts @ 12.5A @ 120VAC

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JEGS 51120
$25.99
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1 1/2 in. Core Plug Heater
  • 600 Watts @ 12.5A @ 120VAC
  • Installs into Block's Core Plug Hole
    For Most:
  • AMC V8
  • Buick V8
  • Ford 1966-1995 V8 (Includes W, C, M & 429, 460)
  • Includes 4 1/2 ft. Grounded Power Cord
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    51120 is rated 2.3 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works just fine. I live in Denver and this baby is keepin my baby nice and warm (425 Buick Nailhead) for my daily driver. Thanks
    Date published: 2016-12-08
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Purchased a 600 watt engine block heater for my Ford tractor. Received a 400 watt heater instead. I needed to get this unit running so I used it. Product was good, just not what I paid for.
    Date published: 2019-02-11
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Piece of cheap junk Put this into my brand new overhauled 460.Drove my vehicle to the exhaust shop after I was done putting the engine in. Then home a few days later. Home was 26 miles away. Got home smelled antifreeze. It was dark so I didn’t mess with it last night. Tonight I added 2 gallons of antifreeze started if up. It was leaking out of the block heater. I grab my tools I gave him a half a turn to try to tighten it, it stopped leaking. So I warm the vehicle up once I get up to operating temperature it started pouring out of the block heater again. Not impressed. Cheap chrome finish probably over cheap pot metal I’m assuming. Do yourselves a favor and buy a good brass one from Napa.
    Date published: 2019-10-11
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from it's only a 600 watt heater I bought this item, which was shipped out in a timely fashion. The item is listed as a 1500 watt in the catalog and on the package. When I opened it was only a 600 watt as stamped on the heater.I returned it and it cost me 7 dollars through no fault of my own. They were supposed to contact and let me know if they were mispackaged as I still wanted one. Never heard from anyone.
    Date published: 2019-01-02
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    I have a 1974 Slickcraft boat that has a 302 Ford v8 in it and use this into the late fall here in Michigan. IT can get below freezing some mornings white I still have it in the water. What type of heated would be best to keep the engine coolant warm?

    Asked by: steelydann
    This item will keep the engine water warm, but I would check with a marine dealer on the rest of the boat - out drive other components that may freeze.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2017-12-01
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