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Old 01-23-2012, 07:59 PM
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Auto eject heater block cord?

Ambulance and fire trucks have them.... When the engine starts it auto ejects the cord, anyone running these on their pickups?? Is it even possible to do this?


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Old 01-23-2012, 08:18 PM
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I've never seen that, but it would be pretty neat! Any pics/video?
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Also interested in seeing this!
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I'll see if I can't get a pic or something next time I'm riding the ambulance. It's pretty neat, it's a spring loaded punch... Once you crank the engine it ejects the cord... I'll try some google searches. I know it's called an auto-eject, cause that's what it says on the side.


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http://ambulanceparts.com/20ampautoe...ectorplug.aspx
That's the plug end...

http://ambulanceparts.com/kussmaulautoeject20amp.aspx
The receptacle...
That's just a quick google search


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Holy Hell... $200?

It aint THAT cool!
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That's nice but $200! Jeez
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I got one for $30 bucks on ebay. I havent installed it yet thinking about mounting it in a fog light bracket the holes are about the same.
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Holy Hell... $200?

It aint THAT cool!
i agree
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I'm sure as with any part it can be found cheaper. That was just a quick google search. Maybe a junk yard??


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