22,000 BTU Auxiliary Heater
The JEGS 70622 2-speed auxiliary heater assembly is an ideal way to plumb heating and defrost capabilities into your vehicle. The 2-speed fan and adjustable louver flaps let you tailor the heat to your needs. Don't let cold weather stop you from enjoying your vehicle.
JEGS 555-70622 Auxiliary Heater Assembly Features:
- Overall dimensions: 10 1/4 in. L x 7 3/4 in. W x 9 1/2 in. H
- Low: 15,000 BTU at 200 CFM using 4 Amps
- High: 22,000 BTU at 325 CFM using 9 Amps
- Heater louvers are adjusted by roller wheels
- This assembly makes use of the engine's coolant. You will have to tap into the engine's cooling system for exit and return lines.
- Fan wiring length: 24 in.
- The fan must be wired into vehicle's wiring
- Both mounting pads feature four holes
- The top housing, secured by 8 Philips screws, can be rotated to suit your cockpit needs
How does an auxiliary heater work?
- An auxiliary heater operates by utilizing the vehicle's coolant system to produce heat, providing additional warmth beyond the standard heating system.
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