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10-02-2019 05:40 AM
V8GCZJ You can get stand alone units like the Mojave that hook up to coolant lines from the motor.



https://www.summitracing.com/parts/sum-991102-1/
09-29-2019 06:42 PM
mukluk If you're thinking about installing an electric heater in your Jeep, just stop now. Unless you're towing a sizeable generator behind the Jeep to power said heater, you simply aren't going to generate enough power to run an electric heater that comes close to the same output as a conventional automotive unit that uses the engine's waste heat.
09-29-2019 05:22 PM
mhobson3
Installing a heater in an 81 CJ5

Admitted Jeep n00b here and this is my first post. I purchased an 81 CJ5 with no heater in it. Anyone have a thread, link or video as to how to install one? Recommendations for a brand vs OEM? I read a little about Mojave heaters but couldn't find a ton of info. Thanks in advance!

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