Question about Chevrolet Traverse
Take a good flashlight and try to find a block heater somewhere on your engine.
It may be hidden, so you may have to look long and hard to fine it.
I don't know about Canada, but block heaters don't come with most American cars, there are a dealer installed item.
There should be an electrical wire like an extension cord somewhere attached to that block heater, and most people figure out a way to coil them or wrap them up so they don't fall down and get broken off while you are driving down the road.
Most cars I've seen them on have the wire in the grille in the front of the car.
Posted on Jan 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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