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Manifold heater on hs2 carb on 948 engine

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John in Eugene Gold Member John Quilter
Eugene, Oregon, USA   USA
That's what I recall but it was 45 years ago when the car was almost new. Been running since then disconnected and there have been no premature battery failure issues.

John F. Quilter
Eugene, Oregon USA

In reply to # 26462 by 0123 Am I correct please John,
your manifold heater was wired
through the ignition yet it still
flattened your your battery even
though the engine was running?

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0123 Mike D
Biddulp, Staffs, UK   GBR
Thanks John smiling smiley

Looks like they manifold heaters
use a fair whack of current then sad smiley


In reply to # 26470 by John in Eugene That's what I recall but it was 45 years ago when the car was almost new. Been running since then disconnected and there have been no premature battery failure issues.

John F. Quilter
Eugene, Oregon USA

In reply to # 26462 by 0123 Am I correct please John,
your manifold heater was wired
through the ignition yet it still
flattened your your battery even
though the engine was running?

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