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John deere 2040 coolant heater

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Traviss

11-04-2013 17:09:04
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Is there a place to put a block heater on a 1977 2040? The coolant hoses look way to short to put a hose heater on one. But dont see a spot for a block heater either




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buickanddeere

11-04-2013 20:52:22
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 Re: John deere 2040 coolant heater in reply to Traviss, 11-04-2013 17:09:04  
Glad to see you are smart enough and care enough to use a proper block heater. Instead of killing the battery, wearing out the starter, using ether. Or building a jackleg tarp covered flame heater abomination.



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buickanddeere

11-04-2013 20:33:07
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 Re: John deere 2040 coolant heater in reply to Traviss, 11-04-2013 17:09:04  
Glad to see you are smart enough and care enough to use a proper block heater. Instead of killing the battery, wearing out the starter, using ether. Or building a jackleg tarp covered flame heater abomination.



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JDemaris

11-04-2013 18:56:40
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 Re: John deere 2040 coolant heater in reply to Traviss, 11-04-2013 17:09:04  
This is on a three cylinder, but works the same on a four.



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Traviss

11-04-2013 19:27:51
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 Re: John deere 2040 coolant heater in reply to JDemaris, 11-04-2013 18:56:40  
Thats awsome i have the three culinder was just out looking at it. Pic is worth a thousand words thank you!!!



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jdemaris

11-04-2013 18:53:42
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 Re: John deere 2040 coolant heater in reply to Traviss, 11-04-2013 17:09:04  
Easiest way to install a tank-type circulation heater is to attach one end to the block-drain port, and the other to the thermostat housing. Some of the engines already have a pipe-plug in that housing. You just remove it and install a hose fitting. If not there - you drill it and tap it with a pipe tap.



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Tx Jim

11-04-2013 18:48:06
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 Re: John deere 2040 coolant heater in reply to Traviss, 11-04-2013 17:09:04  
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Hey b&d why do you think the engine coolant heater is different on a 3 cyl vs a 4 cyl turbo engine? The "where used search" on JDparts putting in AT72330 shows it also fits 4 & 6 cylinder turboed engines.
FYI there were no 2040's built strictly for sales in the USA but rather built for N. American sales which is totally different than USA. :wink:at 21:22:42 11/04/13)

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buickanddeere

11-04-2013 18:22:42
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 Re: John deere 2040 coolant heater in reply to Traviss, 11-04-2013 17:09:04  
Assuming you own a US three cylinder 2040 and not the turbo four cylinder version the rest of the world has? It's all in the parts book.

ENGINE COOLANT HEATER
Cart KEY PART NO. PART NAME QTY ENGINE SERIAL NO. REMARKS
1 R60124 U-BOLT 2
2 AR72957 COOLANT HEATER 1 (SUB FOR AT27413) (ALSO ORDER R60123 AND (2) R60124)
RE313366 COOLANT HEATER 1
3 15H613 ELBOW FITTING 2 90
4 T29388 UNION FITTING 2
5 AR21837 CLAMP 4 (SUB TY22465)
6 T29384 HOSE 1 16 X 406MM (5/8" X 16")
7 T29385 HOSE 1 16 X 356MM (5/8" X 14")
8 24H1287 WASHER 4 9/32" X 5/8" X 0.065"
9 14H786 NUT 4 1/4"
Cart KEY PART NO. PART NAME QTY ENGINE SERIAL NO. REMARKS
10 R60123 BRACKET 1 (SUB FOR T29377)
11 19H2665 CAP SCREW 2 3/8" X 1-5/8"
12 12H304 LOCK WASHER 2 3/8"
13 R28040 WASHER 4

ENGINE COOLANT HEATER COMPLETE
Cart KEY PART NO. PART NAME QTY ENGINE SERIAL NO. REMARKS
1 AT72330 COOLANT HEATER 1 (SUB FOR AT27406)

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