• ✅ Designed for most windshield washer fluid systems - Quickly De-ices your windshield in Winter - Effectively cleans windshield from Summer flying things Product may not work in vehicles manufactured for sale outside of U.S. & Canada• ✅ IMPORTANT - The electrical system in most cars has a 12-volt battery, but runs at 13.6 volts while the car is running. In some newer vehicles, the voltage remains at 12 volts even when the car is running. Many cars have a voltage meter on the dash display. If yours says 13-14 volts, this product will be compatible. Does not work in vehicles with 'fixed' 12-volt electrical systems.• ✅ If you do not have a voltage display, simply use a voltmeter check the voltage at the battery. Compatible cars will show 12 volts with the engine off and 13-14 volts with he engine running.• ✅ Simple to install - everything included• ✅ MPC TECHNICAL SUPPORT - In our effort to, 'Go Green', we provide a link to download MPC's exclusive copyrighted installation tip sheet made by MPC's professional technicians to help you through the installation process. In case you get really stuck or have questions about options we include U.S. based technical support Monday-Friday 9am-5pm Arizona time. You can also open a web-based support ticket 24/7.
Wish your windshield washer fluid system worked better? Heated fluid is much more effective at clearing snow and ice as well as flying things! The MPC Universal Heated Windshield Washer Fluid System will help you defrost and deice your windshield faster in the winter as well as help remove road grime and flying things more efficiently in the summer. The system is simple to install with splicing into the OEM washer fluid hose, power and ground. The main unit has 3 heaters to heat the fluid up to the 140°F. By the time the warm fluid comes out of the nozzles, the fluid should be down to approximately 115°F which is very similar to your body temperature so you can see it won’t be an issue even in the cold winters. IMPORTANT - DOES NOT WORK IN VEHICLES WITH “FIXED” 12-VOLT ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS. The electrical system in most cars has a 12-volt battery, but runs at 13.6 volts while the car is running. In some newer vehicles, the voltage remains at 12 volts even when the car is running.