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Electric Dipsticks Paul 10-3-03  
In regards to detroit Diesels (6C92 - DDEC -I live in Ohio and it is getting cold now, does anyone know if the electric dipsticks really work, or if the work in this type of engine?
Re: Electric Dipsticks mike 9-23-10  
Where could i get an electric dipstick?
Re: Electric Dipsticks David 10-22-03  
I don't know if they really work or not. I have a 1978 GMC RTS II with the 8V71 Detroit Diesel in it and live here in Ohio too. I know it will be trouble trying to get it started when it gets cold. I see that J.C. Whitney sells magnetic heaters, electric dipstick heaters, heater hose water circulating heaters, and oil pan heaters. If I could get it installed somewhere on our bus, I think the water circulating heater would be best. They have one that is 2000 watts. All of the other heaters are less output, and the 8V71 is a big engine. Sorry if I have not been as helpful as hoped.
Re: Electric Dipsticks chris 2-1-09  
I live in boston--- need to warm 5 gal. containers of frying oil for my diesel car--- that's a pretty large volume!--- any suggestions?
RTS buses Damian 11-26-03  
Could u show me 1979 GMC RTS buses?
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