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    Block heater: Zerostart 3100003 (JD# AR87167) low price on Amazon

    Zerostart 3100003 is the OEM block heater that JD sells as their number AR87167, and typically has been about $87 from JD. AR87167 comes with a 1 foot cord, Zerostart comes with a 5 foot cord. The Zerostart heater has been running about $47-50 at Amazon since late summer 2018.

    I just checked Amazon, they have the Zerostart 3100003 for $39.94 at the moment. For those that are needing/wanting to add a block heater to their tractor, now would be a good time to snag the Zerostart from Amazon. Get ready for winter early ! Don't forget, some applications will also require an adapter from JD to get the heater installed.

    Amazon link: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/offer-li...&condition=new

    Also a link to a GTT thread for helpful info for the 1 series (post #4) : 1023E, 1025R 1026R Aftermarket Parts, Cross Reference, Obscure PN
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    PS.... check that your application requires JD# AR87167 first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kylew View Post
    PS.... check that your application requires JD# AR87167 first.
    and in learning the JD parts lookup maze where would I go to find that? I have looked all over the engine views for my model, maybe I'm missing something?
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    I bought that block heater from Amazon...thanks for the tip. It was a good deal, and a lesson on John Deere mark-up practices. I havenít installed it yet, but it fits fine into the 1023 adapter I bought (for more than twice the price of the heater itself. ).
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    See if this will work, a record of the price going back a ways,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by CADplans View Post
    See if this will work, a record of the price going back a ways,,

    Yeah, I use camelcamelcamel.com occasionally. Seems to me that in around June of 2018 the price was a little less than it is today. Makes sense, in the summer when demand is low.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Btag57 View Post
    and in learning the JD parts lookup maze where would I go to find that? I have looked all over the engine views for my model, maybe I'm missing something?
    Thanks....
    That's the first time I've tried to look up anything for a 5075E. Wow, that's an exercise in patience.

    For North America, I found 4 parts catalogs. PC11745, PC11986, PC13111 and PC4501. The first 3 show the block heater in section 30-Fuel and Air Intake, sub-section ST815596. PC4501 shows it in section 20-Engine, sub-section ST639731. For the most part, they're a challenge to find. I entered "5075E" which brings up 15 catalogs. After narrowing it down to 4 North American catalogs, I searched for the keyword "heater".

    PC4501 doesn't show it as a kit, only the heater (# RE72324 $91.70) and cord (# AR50411 $20.10). The other 3 catalogs show a kit # LV150155, which is comprised of the same 2 part numbers RE72324 & AR50411 for $100.10. So the kit is cheaper.

    Now the physical location on the engine. PC4501's picture shows it being located on the left side of the engine near the front, just back from the fan belts. I didn't find definitive location in the other 3 catalogs, other than they kinda give the impression that they are near that same area, but it's just a guess. To add confusion, I tried scouring the internet, and get the impression that it could be located on the rear of the block (near the firewall), left upper area.

    More bad news is JDParts took away the ability to check a parts specifications, so I can't tell you anything about LV150155 kit (or RE72324, which is the heater itself). The parts specification used to be able to tell you things about bolts for example, like thread size and pitch, etc., and I was hoping it may say something about the heater, like what size the threads are. Without that, I couldn't tell you if Zerostart has an equivalent heater kit. The Zerostart catalog doesn't list one specifically for the 5075. They show a couple that look the same, but without knowing the specs of the JD, I'd be unable to tell which would work.

    When you go to the JDParts catalog, try searching using your tractors serial number. It may narrow down which catalog to use in general. I say in general, as I've found that in other searches I've done, the suggested catalog may not be correct. For example, I found a lower dash cowel trim for a 2016 1025 in the 2018 catalog. I trust the drawings more than I do the listings. In other words, if a drawing doesn't look like the part in question, try a different catalog.

    Hope this helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kylew View Post
    That's the first time I've tried to look up anything for a 5075E. Wow, that's an exercise in patience.

    For North America, I found 4 parts catalogs. PC11745, PC11986, PC13111 and PC4501. The first 3 show the block heater in section 30-Fuel and Air Intake, sub-section ST815596. PC4501 shows it in section 20-Engine, sub-section ST639731. For the most part, they're a challenge to find. I entered "5075E" which brings up 15 catalogs. After narrowing it down to 4 North American catalogs, I searched for the keyword "heater".

    PC4501 doesn't show it as a kit, only the heater (# RE72324 $91.70) and cord (# AR50411 $20.10). The other 3 catalogs show a kit # LV150155, which is comprised of the same 2 part numbers RE72324 & AR50411 for $100.10. So the kit is cheaper.

    Now the physical location on the engine. PC4501's picture shows it being located on the left side of the engine near the front, just back from the fan belts. I didn't find definitive location in the other 3 catalogs, other than they kinda give the impression that they are near that same area, but it's just a guess. To add confusion, I tried scouring the internet, and get the impression that it could be located on the rear of the block (near the firewall), left upper area.

    More bad news is JDParts took away the ability to check a parts specifications, so I can't tell you anything about LV150155 kit (or RE72324, which is the heater itself). The parts specification used to be able to tell you things about bolts for example, like thread size and pitch, etc., and I was hoping it may say something about the heater, like what size the threads are. Without that, I couldn't tell you if Zerostart has an equivalent heater kit. The Zerostart catalog doesn't list one specifically for the 5075. They show a couple that look the same, but without knowing the specs of the JD, I'd be unable to tell which would work.

    When you go to the JDParts catalog, try searching using your tractors serial number. It may narrow down which catalog to use in general. I say in general, as I've found that in other searches I've done, the suggested catalog may not be correct. For example, I found a lower dash cowel trim for a 2016 1025 in the 2018 catalog. I trust the drawings more than I do the listings. In other words, if a drawing doesn't look like the part in question, try a different catalog.

    Hope this helps.
    Thanks so much, you went above and beyond what I hoped for. Appreciate your effort! Now to do my homework. AS the elderly indian chief in the movie Outlaw Josey Wales said, " We shall Endeavor to Persevere"...(or something like that)......
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacCool View Post
    I bought that block heater from Amazon...thanks for the tip. It was a good deal, and a lesson on John Deere mark-up practices. I haven’t installed it yet, but it fits fine into the 1023 adapter I bought (for more than twice the price of the heater itself. ).
    More investigation required on my part. I’ve studied the service manual, I’ve seen the one video on YouTube, and read the one post here on GTT on block heater installation on a 1023E...none are very illustrative. I understand the process (it’s pretty simple) but in my preliminary inspection I haven’t found where to mount it yet (tight quarters). I’m assuming that it bolts on the right side of the block at the rear, but thus far, I cant see any mounting bolt holes anywhere in the vicinity of the only frost plug I can see. I’ll have to pull the FEL off and see if that gives me a better angle to inspect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacCool View Post
    More investigation required on my part. Iíve studied the service manual, Iíve seen the one video on YouTube, and read the one post here on GTT on block heater installation on a 1023E...none are very illustrative. I understand the process (itís pretty simple) but in my preliminary inspection I havenít found where to mount it yet (tight quarters). Iím assuming that it bolts on the right side of the block at the rear, but thus far, I cant see any mounting bolt holes anywhere in the vicinity of the only frost plug I can see. Iíll have to pull the FEL off and see if that gives me a better angle to inspect.
    On the 1023 I believe it's on the right rear of the engine, not the side. I can post a picture tonight when I get home.
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