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Routing for block heater cord on 2011 ford explorer

Routing the block heater cord out of the engine compartment

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SOURCE: Where is the engine block heater cord on the 2002

If it is installed from the factory, not all are, it should be on the drivers side front, about halfway between tire and bumper, about 1 foot in from fender on the underbelly.

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It is almost on the top of the engine at the back when standing against the front bumper. Use a small mirror and run it across the back of the engine, you will see a small brass rectangular piece with 2 prongs inside it. That is where you plug your cord into

Posted on Dec 19, 2010

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SOURCE: I cannot find the location of the block heater

Look behind the bumper and grille thats where they usually are.

Posted on Jan 10, 2011

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