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Parking in winter, cant find the plug in

I have a 96' gmc suburban, i looked under the hood and grill and still, i cant find the plug in.

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Directly inboard of your left headlight, there is a round fuel tank EVAP canister. The original block heater cords were coiled and stowed under this container, making them almost impossible to see. If you have a block heater, it will be a wire coming out of the block on the drivers side and going forward to right underneath this canister. Good Luck!

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