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Old 11-18-2010, 04:38 AM   #1
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Default The Espar Files

With the advent of cold weather, problems with the aux Espar heater are cropping up. Here are some files I've collected.
Important links:

http://www.espar.com/
http://www.espar.com/html/service/do...technical.html
http://www.espar.com/html/service/contact.html

http://www.expeditersonline.com/sub/espar/

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File Type: pdf sprinter espar manual.pdf (255.5 KB, 1122 views)
File Type: pdf Sprinter Espar remote.pdf (334.4 KB, 496 views)
File Type: pdf Unlocking ECU with 7 Day Timer.pdf (1.84 MB, 615 views)
File Type: pdf Sprinter Espar 7daytime.pdf (163.3 KB, 373 views)
File Type: pdf Troubleshooting Hydronic 4-5.pdf (17.1 KB, 700 views)
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Old 11-18-2010, 05:34 AM   #2
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Default Re: The Espar Files

Is there a Webasto File ?

Inquiring minds etc.....

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Old 11-18-2010, 07:15 AM   #3
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Default Re: The Espar Files

Good question.

As far as some of the timer modules are concerned both Webasto and Eberspacher use the same item. The instruction manuals read virtually the same so if you're only concerned with Webasto operation you stand a pretty good chance of figuring it out with the above links. Not the same for maintainence tasks though.

I don't know for certain but my suspicion is that the 1531 type seven day version is voltage sensing, so either 12 or 24v application.
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Old 11-19-2010, 04:26 PM   #4
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Default Re: The Espar Files

Another Link
'cause you can never have too many sources when one is down.


Another source of info. Thanks goes to Dick (th43) and Ray at Espar of Michigan.
Edit: Last word is that Ray at esparparts.com is very Sprinter heater parts friendly.

Post is here.

http://sprinter-source.com/forum/sho...246#post114246

http://www.esparofmichigan.com/techs...ydronic4_5.pdf

As with all single posts the original thread can be accessed in the upper right. This particular thread has some other good information contained in it. vic
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Old 12-05-2010, 01:55 AM   #5
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I vote to make this a stickey
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Old 12-05-2010, 03:39 AM   #6
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For inquiring minds, the much anticipated Webasto files.
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File Type: pdf Webasto_Heater_Lineup_Flyer.pdf (854.0 KB, 142 views)
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A nice quick test of the electric circulating pump outlined by bc339. A simple test light can be used if you don't have a meter. Thanks goes to Bruce.
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"In the T1N database is a thread for the espar heaters - The Espar Files. In it, you will find a troubleshooting guide.
The coolant pump may be the most likely problem. It's easy to check. Check for voltage at the coolant plug - disconnect the plug, turn on the heater - you should have 12V at the plug. If the voltage is good, the pump has probably failed. With the engine off, and the heater turned on, you can hear the pump running with the hood open. Unplug the pump, any change?
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Eidt: Kubbie has indicated that a 9 volt battery works for a quick test for the combustion blower motor and also the glow plug. Be aware that those parts are rated for around 8 vdc.
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I've been trying to get quotes for parts to rebuild my booster/aux htr (Hydronic D5W S Model 25 2091), but have had trouble making sure of the part numbers. Today, I requested and received a manual showing part numbers, etc for my particular unit from Espar in Canada. It's attached below. In addition to Espar part numbers, it also cross-references MB part numbers. And it shows other models that may be of interest to other owners. Unfortunately, it's in German, but it's useful for part number reference.
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Old 12-07-2010, 02:43 AM   #9
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Danke Ihnen, mein Freund
I compared it to the english and german sprinter espar manual - it's a better detailed manual.
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Old 12-07-2010, 08:12 PM   #10
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Default Re: The Espar Files

Several years ago, Espar printed a guide to make the heater independent of engine operation. There are a few threads on wiring a switch to run the heater, I thought this may help someone.

The second file is the Espar product catalog. Alot of useful information - for adding another, controls, tools, replacement parts...

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File Type: pdf Espar Product Catalogue 12-2010.pdf (3.94 MB, 272 views)
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