Question about 2005 Ford F 250 Super Duty
Unfortunately in 2005 Ford 6.0L diesels were NOT factory equipped in most areas with block heater plugs. It is available from Ford for about 40 bucks. kdc744 is correct on the location, but only up to 2004, not 2005 and up. To install the chord, get under the truck on the passenger side, and locate the starter, look up over it and you'll see a round 4-pin connector...thats where the block heater plug plugs into the block. After you plug it in the real fun begins, you have to route it along the frame and then out to the bumper. It takes a while but you'll get it out to the tow hook location in the front bumper. I actually use the plastic cover on the plug to hook it to the tow hook itself.... hope that helped
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
Go stand in front of the truck look down under the bumper there is a plastic cover look up into the cover thr cord will be there and you will have to look for it kdc744
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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