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Engine coolant heater cord plugin

HI i have trouble finding the coolant heater cord plug in for my engine can you help me locate it. i have a 1995 chevy 4x4 blazer

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The heating element is in 1 or 2 engine core plugs in the side of the engine block , kinda hard to see from on top but just follow the wire coming from it to the end of the cord , thats if your vehicle has the option of block heaters.

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