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Location of block heater cord

Where would be the most likely spot to find the block heater cord on a 1999 cadilllac seville that had never been used?

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    U WILL HAVE ONE UNLESS IT WAS INSTALLED BY THE DEALER.

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Should be on the right side of block by the water pump.

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