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Can not find block heater cord on Dodge Neon 2002

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  • Studly One Jan 03, 2009

    | bought the vehicle in Edmonton, Alberta.  I cannot locate it either.

  • Anonymous Jan 16, 2009

    where is my block heater and do i have one??
    02 impala



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Generally, block heaters are found on vehicles sold and used in colder Northern states... If your car came from elsewhere, you may need to install one!

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