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  1. #1
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    throttle body heater plate

    hey guys so i got my kit throttle body heater kit and i'm gonna switch it out today does this require no adhesive or just a dry fit? it comes with a rubber gasket so i assume it's a dry fit?

    thanks
    2003 Disco SE7, front quick disconnects, OME 779 & 763 lift springs, OME shocks N107's up front, Bilstein 7100 full body reservoir’s 10" for the rear, Hankook Mud Terrains LT265/75/16

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    I put mine on dry and it's been fine for 2 years.

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    Make sure to bleed the coolant system after installing the new parts.
    Mike

    Retired service manager, member of Solihull Society, SCLR, past member of the NCLR and the Santa Barbara 4Wheelers clubs.
    99 D2, 3" lift, CDL with Detroit,T.T. lockers, 4:11's,H.D. axles, custom ft/rear bumpers with sliders, a 9500 HSI Warn winch and 5 HID's.

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    cool thanks

    i'm all done and she's not leaking

    before


    after
    2003 Disco SE7, front quick disconnects, OME 779 & 763 lift springs, OME shocks N107's up front, Bilstein 7100 full body reservoir’s 10" for the rear, Hankook Mud Terrains LT265/75/16

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