I continue the installation of the Webasto Gas Heater by removing the passenger seat and pedestal. The hydraulic car jack that is stored under the seat will be moved to another location. To achieve a good seal between the heater and the floor, I install a separate base plate and seal it with some silicone. Then drill the holes for the heater. Finally the heater is inserted in the holes of the floor and attached with four bolts.Continue reading Webasto Gas Heater – Part 4
After previously installing the fuel pump, I continue with the fuel (and power) line between the pump and the location where the heater penetrates the van floor.
For extra security, I use a wireloom around the power wire and use a wider fuel line aorund the tiny Webasto fuel line.Continue reading Webasto Gas Heater – Part III
Installation of the fuel pump, Rheostat and wire run.
After unpacking the Webasto Gas Heater, I continue building the upper cabinet, including the Rheostat installation. Another unfinished job, was the removal of the van’s jack, which is located inside the passenger side seat’s pedestal, to make room for the heater. Finally, the fuel pump is installed close to where the fuel line enters the gas tank. I pull part of the power wire, that runs to the batteries, including the wires for the main light switch.Continue reading Webasto Gas Heater – Part II
Adding a Webasto gas heater to my van. Located under the passenger seat and connected to the gas tank.
In the upcoming weeks, I’ll be showing in great detail, how I install the heater in my van.
I start by pulling the Rheostat and power wire through the B-pillar to a control panel above the sliding door.