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post #11 of 30 (permalink) Old 05-12-16, 08:33 PM
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No, never found one at a decent price. Did have a freeloader for a little while with one fitted in the bumper, can't tell if it made a difference.
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post #12 of 30 (permalink) Old 05-12-16, 10:55 PM
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No, never found one at a decent price. Did have a freeloader for a little while with one fitted in the bumper, can't tell if it made a difference.
Cool, Just trying to find out what would be the best way to go if it be a webasto or a remote start installed.

Can't stand jumping into a frozen truck and waiting on it heating up and clearing the windows.
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Just a small point, it's illegal to leave a vehicle running unattended on a public road but as long as you're on private property it's OK
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Just a small point, it's illegal to leave a vehicle running unattended on a public road but as long as you're on private property it's OK
Not a matter of legality, trying to find out a way of heating the navara better as they are way too over cooled.
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post #15 of 30 (permalink) Old 06-12-16, 12:07 AM
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Cool, Just trying to find out what would be the best way to go if it be a webasto or a remote start installed.

Can't stand jumping into a frozen truck and waiting on it heating up and clearing the windows.
The ultimate solution in my mind is a diesel powered heater. A brand new kit is over 600, but you are already much of the way there.... Just need a bit of plumbing, a little exhaust and a fuel pump.

Somewhat simpler is the mains powered heater, still loads of money new (several hundreds), but cheaper to run, you do have to remember to plug it in though.

A poor option is remote start, not that expensive, you can get a fancy one for 150 or a simple one for 50.


If all you want is a warm bum, then a seat heater is 75, a far easier and simpler solution that will keep you warm all day!
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Mate has one in his freelander, its a bit hit and miss if it fires up or not (it needs a service). Takes around 5 or 6 miles extra on cold days with it not working compared to if its working. He started his car the other morning at work and thought it'd caught fire how much smoke was coming from under the bonnet. It had'nt fired up right and was over fueling so horrible thick white smoke everywhere Popped the fuse out for him then offered to buy it off him but he wasnt keen
His is the bog basic only on with ignition temp sensor type.

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I did look into getting a remote start system installed so that the truck could be started and left to heat up, defrost the windows etc.

The webasto would be good as the auxiliary heater as you described just wonder how long it could run for before it flattened the battery

Power consumption figures from the webasto manual (webasto only, doesnt take vehicle blower into consideration)

full load 46 Watts
Part load 32 Watts

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Cheers for the manual Superblack.
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post #20 of 30 (permalink) Old 06-12-16, 10:58 AM
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Not a matter of legality, trying to find out a way of heating the navara better as they are way too over cooled.
Take the engine driven fan off, or fit an electric fan, mine is on the lowest trip setting, in the last seven years I have never heard or seen (have a tell tale light on the dash) it running, so is a mechanical fan actually needed?
Possibly not.
Benefits are; quicker warm up, more MPG's, a lot less noise.
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