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 Post subject: Anybody have a copy of the Webasto German install guide?
PostPosted: Tue Jan 02, 2018 12:05 am 
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The links I followed were dead and archive.org had nothing. I just picked up a Webasto and want to get it hooked up right. Since I'm putting the weeks 1&2 in can I plumb one side in the tee on the passenger side? Would an inline check valve be a good idea?


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 Post subject: Re: Anybody have a copy of the Webasto German install guide?
PostPosted: Tue Jan 02, 2018 12:29 am 
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I have it, I just do not quite know how to get it to you. It is a .pdf file sent to me by Steve McLenachen on January 19, 2016.

Call me on my mobile phone, (1-780-844-0135), and we will figure this out. If you reach voicemail, please leave a message as to what time is good for me to call you.

Try Steve McLenachen on the Liberty CRD Facebook page if our attempt fails.

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 Post subject: Re: Anybody have a copy of the Webasto German install guide?
PostPosted: Tue Jan 02, 2018 11:03 am 
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If you would document the install. I may do one myself if the new starter doesnt fix my cold starting issue. My current thinking is using the old junk for the EGR like the coolant y and line over the engine for the line into the heater, then the port that is on the engine for the egr as the out for the heated coolant. Mounting it all where the EGR used to be, of course you would have to fab a bracket up. But i measured and its about the same side as all the old egr stuff. I plan to use a remote and put it on a relay so i can hit it from the house or work and heat it up for about 15 minutes or so and it will autoshut off when the coolant gets to 180f on the intake. But like i said it is all an idea now and on hold until i get my new starter and test that out.

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 Post subject: Re: Anybody have a copy of the Webasto German install guide?
PostPosted: Tue Jan 02, 2018 3:16 pm 
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ryanchris wrote:
If you would document the install. I may do one myself if the new starter doesnt fix my cold starting issue. My current thinking is using the old junk for the EGR like the coolant y and line over the engine for the line into the heater, then the port that is on the engine for the egr as the out for the heated coolant. Mounting it all where the EGR used to be, of course you would have to fab a bracket up. But i measured and its about the same side as all the old egr stuff. I plan to use a remote and put it on a relay so i can hit it from the house or work and heat it up for about 15 minutes or so and it will autoshut off when the coolant gets to 180f on the intake. But like i said it is all an idea now and on hold until i get my new starter and test that out.


You may want to look at the actual physical size of the Webasto heater before you plan on this. Sasquatch Motorsports has an upgrade battery tray that has room for a Webasto TSL17 heater underneath. You can still likely plumb through the old EGR coolant lines if you wish. I am also not certain the reliability of the Webasto heater if mounted directly to a vibrating engine.... check with Webasto Thermo and Comfort North America before attempting this.

Call their technical line; you will likely have to be transferred from either 1-800-860-7866 or 1-810-593-6000.

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 Post subject: Re: Anybody have a copy of the Webasto German install guide?
PostPosted: Tue Jan 02, 2018 11:47 pm 
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This is our translated version of the instructions:



And our battery tray which has mounting provisions for the Webasto:


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 Post subject: Re: Anybody have a copy of the Webasto German install guide?
PostPosted: Wed Jan 03, 2018 10:56 pm 
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Weeks, Thanks for the translated manual! I'll probably pick up a tray. I wish you had the black one in stock. I like my aftermarket parts to look as OEM as possible.

TURBO-DIESEL-FREAK also got me a copy of the original German one so I can
ask a German friend if something is unclear with the translation.

I'll try and document as well as i can and post the results.


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