Electric engine heater

Electric engine heater

Excl. GB

Op. No.: 87652 87656

An electric engine heater and passenger compartment heater ensure that the car is warm and comfortable to climb into, even on very cold winter mornings. Starting an already warm engine subjects the engine to less wear and consumes less fuel, thereby producing fewer harmful exhaust fumes.

The front intake is installed in the front bumper and provides an integrated appearance and makes it easily accessible. The electric engine heater can be supplemented with a passenger compartment connector kit for connecting the passenger compartment heater.

Part. No.Description
3077672811-15, T6 AWD (B6304T4)Installation Instruction
3077672811-15, 3.2 AWD (B6324S5)Installation Instruction
Part. No.Description
3166409710-11, D5 (D5244T10)
316640972011, D3 (D5204T2)
3166409710-11, 2.4D (D5244T16)
+ Front intake
Part. No.
30776576

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Passenger compartment connector kit

Part. No.Description
3135943611-15, T6 AWD (B6304T4)Installation Instruction
3135943611-15, 3.2 AWD (B6324S5)Installation Instruction
Part. No.Description
3135943710-11, D5 (D5244T10)Installation Instruction
313594372011, D3 (D5204T2)Installation Instruction
3135943710-11, 2.4D (D5244T16)Installation Instruction

Facts and advantages

  • Easy to install.

  • Less engine wear.

  • Less fuel consumption.

Technical data

Accessory weight:

max 2 kg

Output:

550W

Photo:

VCC_04725

Note!

Cannot be combined with Volvo's battery charger.

Cannot be combined with "Protective plate beneath engine" for the following engines: D4 (D4204T5), D3 (D4204T9) or D2 (D4204T20).

Cannot be combined with "Fuel-drive heater" for the following engines: T5 (B4204T11) and T4 (B4204T19).

Note!

The ideal preheating time with an electric engine heater is 2-3 hours. This is enough to raise the temperature of the engine to 20-30 °C above the outside temperature. After that the temperature does not increase and the electric current is used only to maintain the temperature.

Last updated: 10/19/2020