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i assume you mean the electrical wire to plug into a source.they are usually located somewhere around the battery area sometimes behind the grill assembly.sometimes in the same area but on the opposite side of the car.all you have to do is plug it into an electrical supply source such as your house electrical outlet using an extension cord that is rated for this type of application and outdoor use.the plug looks just like an electrical appliance that is in your house.

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SOURCE: Can't locate the block heater

In the heater hose or lower radiator hose

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u can have a heater installed for around $150 US

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I am looking for the location of the block heater plug on a 1997 Golf diesel, thanks


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