Re: Anyone try Electric Heater?
It doesn't seem to be enough heat to keep a car warm on cold days (30F). Your link lists the biggest model at 600 watts, which is less than half of an average household plug-in heater, typically rated at 1500 watt. *Many years ago I was doing some interior work on a car parked outside in the cold (30f or so). *I ran an extension cord to a 1500w electric heater and was surprised how little difference it made inside the car. *I think I read somewhere that the average car heater puts out 25000-40000 btu.*
Also, the Btu rating on the linked heater seems much higher than possible for 600 *watt. I'm not sure but I thought the conversion was 3 btu or so per watt.*
67 RS Convertible, 355ci, 650cfm, 5-speed, 12-bolt, 3.90 gears. 12.7 @ 110 mph