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Old 01-07-2017, 05:45 PM   #1
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Dear Friends,

Love your forum. I just bought a 2003 Chevy Bluebird with a CAT engine. It was made for the midwest. I live in Florida and we don't really need the heater. I took out the seats and the hurrihot in the back and was left with alot of radiator hose. I sweated a few fittings and 1" copper and bypassed it under the hood. (see attached)

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I would love to be able to see this attachment, but it's not showing on my end. Perhaps it is a temporary issue.
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Dear Friends,

Love your forum. I just bought a 2003 Chevy Bluebird with a CAT engine. It was made for the midwest. I live in Florida and we don't really need the heater. I took out the seats and the hurrihot in the back and was left with alot of radiator hose. I sweated a few fittings and 1" copper and bypassed it under the hood. (see attached)

Thanks,
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If its the same thing as a Webasto heater you may want to keep it as a cabin heater, I'm looking at a Webasto type because they are very fuel efficient and piped into the diesel tank rather than using propane for heat.
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