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Old 02-01-2008, 04:20 PM   #15
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I can also confirm that the light bulb does not turn off when you close the 'fridge door (don't ask!).
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So Leo, you are saying that it is always a good idea to use the block heater before firing up on a cool morning??

And shoot Don, how am I going to get to sleep knowing that that little light is always on??
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I don't believe either CAT or Cummins recommends the enging block heater be used unless the ambient temps are around freezing or lower. The engine pre-start heaters handle the job just fine at about 40F and above.

Why waste the electricity?
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