- KEEP YOUR ENGINE WARM: On a cold winter day, use the ABN 250-Watt 4x5 Inch Silicone Rubber Heater Battery Heating Pad 10 or 15 minutes prior to start up for perfect engine oil temperature; Device heats the oil quickly up to 194 degrees Fahrenheit (90 C) for those cold start mornings
- IMPROVE OIL FLOW: Transmits heat (to a built-in maximum temperature of 194 F / 90 C) to keep engine oil as a thin fluid, giving you instant lubrication when starting your engine; Reduces wear and tear; Increases engine longevity and extends transmission life
- EASY TO INSTALL: Clean application surface, peel off paper backing to adhesively attach 4-inch x 5-inch (10.2cm x 12.7cm) pad to outside of clean oil pan or other metal surface, then plug the 5.75-foot (1.8m) 2-prong power cord into any wall outlet for instant warming; Once applied, the stick on oil pan heater remains permanently installed on any metal surface (seal edges for longer adherence; sealant not included)
- BUILT TO LAST: Flexible heating pad is rated at 120 Volts and 250 Watts; Constructed with silicone coat covering for oil resistance, acid resistance, and added strength and longevity; Power cord stays attached – not removable
- FOR AUTO WARMING: 250-watt car engine heater pad designed to heat fluids with any metal surface such as engine oil pan, fuel tank, reservoir, transmission pan, and more; For metal surfaces only – Keep away from plastics; Caution – Extremely hot, built-in automatic thermostat (not programable) keeps the pad at a constant temperature (once temperature falls below the maximum temperature of 194 F (90 C), it starts heating again); Recommended for automotive applications – Not for personal use
This product has a manufacturer warranty against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of ONE (1) YEAR from the date of original retail purchase. See our Seller Return Policy for more details.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which is [are] known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.