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Diesel plug in unit

Where the heck is the plug in located on a 2005 1500 chevy diesel?

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  • muskiebreath Jan 15, 2009

    Its a 4wd Sorry might be a 2500. We looked all over around the engine etc. I have heard that it might be in the wheel well of the passangers side? Anyone. It a -45 windchill here in minnesota

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Not all of the diesels have a block warmer from the factory, usualy they put it next to the radiator on the top passenger side.

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    Fig. 2: Starter mounting location — 4.3L and 5.0L engines 84903022.gif
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    Fig. 5: Remove the starter retaining bolts 87982p30.jpg
    Fig. 6: Remove the starter from the vehicle 87982p31.jpg
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