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Old 12-08-2007, 01:50 PM
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PTC Supplemental Heater

What does it do? I see that I paid $250.00 and have no idea what it is for.
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It makes the heater blow hot air before the engine is warmed up. Makes the cab warmer quicker.
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Ah, then it has been a very good friend of mine. The hero behind the scenes.

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do you guys know how the supplemental heat works? I'd *love* to be able to retrofit something similar onto my 7.3. It takes a good 25 minutes for me to stop shivering in February.
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