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'02 KLF300 carb heater.


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I installed a new China made carb months ago. So far all is well.  This carb has a heater, while the original did notI never considered hooking it up.  Here in far N. Ga,  0 deg. is about the coldest it normally gets in a bad winter. Should I bother hooking the heater up and will it need a sensor or just an off/on toggle switch? Totally new subject to me.

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I don’t think it would advantageous to do that since the harness does not have that feature built in. The heater comes on based off of a thermostatic sensor that tells it to turn on and off.  It’s manageable to do and could be done I guess  but it’s prob not worth the effort especially based on where you live.  

 

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