Question about Ford F-350
Look at the passenger side of the block. The rear freeze plug should have a block heater instead of a freeze plug. It'll be the rear freeze plug. If all you see is a 3 prong plug, the cord somehow got lost. I replaced on a truck very similar to yours. I got the entire assembly from NAPA. It comes with the piece that goes into the side of the block and has the cord with it so you can plug it into an AC outlet.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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