Flex-A-Lite 640 Mojave Universal Heater
Universal Fit, 10.25" Overall Length, 9.00" Overall Width, 5.00" Overall Height
- Universal heather has a total output of 12,000 BTU
- Features a 3 speed fan that blows air through a heater core
- Designed to works in most under-dash applications
- Dimensions measure 10-1/4" long, 9" wide, and 5" tall
- Kit includes universal switch, fuse and all required wiring
This 12,000 BTU universal heater is fully self contained, but compact in size. The 3 speed fan blows air through a heater core that is plumbed just like any newer car. Works well in most under-dash applications. Includes universal switch, fuse and wiring.
Also available is a universal plenum which also has provisions for defroster hookups.
- When the plenum is installed on the heater, the overall dimensions of the assembly (heater with # 359-650 plenum) are:
- 5" tall
- 10" wide
- 13" deep
Heater Dimensions less the plenum are:
- 5" tall
- 9" wide
- 10-1/4" deep
359-640 Instructions (PDF)
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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