Opel Vivaro Combi (J7) 1.6 CDTI (0035-BDN)


Eberspächer heating diesel HYDRONIC III D4E incl. Einbaukit (Vivaro Combi 1.6 CDTI) (Bj. 06/14)

 

vehicle data

 

Make:
 
OPEL
Model:
 
VIVARO Combi
Version:
 
1.6 CDTI
KBA key:
 
0035-BDN
Power kW / hp:   88 kW / 120 PS
displacement:   1598 ccm

 

Product description


With the heater from Eberspächer HYDRONIC III D4E boost noticeable comfort in your OPEL VIVARO Combi 1.6 CDTI during the cold season. 

With a heat output of 4kW It is the perfect match for vehicles up to 1.9 liters. Here, for Eberspächer, it plays a major role that HYDRONIC is environmentally friendly and easy to retrofit II D4E. 

With the new, fuel-efficient Eberspächer HYDRONIC III D4E water heating of the interior and the water cycle of your OPEL VIVARO Combi 1.6 CDTI be heated. As a result of a number of advantages. 

Advantages of a heater from Eberspächer at a glance: 

- fast heating of the interior with the HYDRONIC III D4E 
- very pleasant, warm interior
- Gentle engine start at low temperatures 
- reduces pollution during cold start 
- no more scraping ice ?? more security by completely ice-free windows 
- higher resale value when your OPEL VIVARO Combi 1.6 CDTI sell 
- they save valuable time 
- comfortable operation 


The advantage of the prior heating shop the large number of immediate delivery parking heaters so you do not have to wait long for your delivery even if you give up from abroad an order with us.

 

Delivery:

 

 

 

  • Eberspächer diesel heating HYDRONIC III D4E 12V
  • Installation kit 
    (including all necessary parts for installation)
  • EC type - approval
  • Warranty - certificate
  • illustrated, vehicle-specific installation instructions
  • operation manual
  • technical support

 

optional items

 

  • 'Klimakit without air conditioning or with manual air conditioning.'
  • 'Klimakit with automatic climate control.'

915.00€

  • Tuotenumero: JMTSH-23744-242973172-10822
  • Lähetyspaino: 10kg
  • Valmistaja: Eberspächer



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