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Old 07-29-2020, 12:08 PM   #1
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Help identify Danhard heater

I need some help identifying the attached picture of what may be my heating. 2009 Chevy Duramax diesel with Sportmobile build (Texas).

Itís located under the van on the drivers side mounted on the inside of the frame rail. Not sure if it is part of the Chevy standard parts that work with the engine/smog stuff or if it is part of my AC/Heat system by Danhard supplied by Sportsmobile.

Thanks, I just havenít had time to get the van into a dealership to ask the question or compare it to another similarity equipped Sportsmobile.
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Old 07-29-2020, 01:14 PM   #2
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It's a little hard to tell, but that looks like an Espar diesel fired heater, possibly hydraunic if those are coolant hoses on top. Following the hoses to see where they go will tell you for sure.
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Thank you Artic Traveler. I’ll check it out.
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