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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: block heater
Hi, I own a Ford but you may have to do what I did and get under the front bumper and look up and around that area to look for the cord and plug. I have spoken with others and we all have had the same problem, the manufacturer ties them up behind the bumpers for somereason and then you have to hunt for them! Crazy I know but I have come across this at least four times. I hope this helps you. John
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
It is located on the there where it says.....but if u are like me took a mechanic to find mine on my 99Grand cherokee.......when u look at the vechile motor it comes out in a acordian type hose ....not the flat electrical like I was looking for........but mine was still on the inner fender......never used before at all..........when u look directly at your engine it comes out from behind on the left corner of everything on the inner fender ........mine was founded when changing my plugs and wires.......
hope this helps .......let me know ........if not will take a pic as to location and send it too you on here......
I also have a 99 Chrysler Town and Country LXI van and I cant find it on that so maybe someone could help me on that one......
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
usually it is routed out near the headlight.... there is a good chance tho that vehicle doesn't have a block heater. look at the sides of the motor for round metal shaped plugs in the block (frost plugs) do you see any with an electrical fitting ?
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Posted on Jan 30, 2009
you can bypass the heater cord,just go to harbor freight store and purchase a heated dipstick insert oil check dipstick tube,this will plug in and heat your oil overnight. you can also order it at HarborFreight.com hope this helps and t hank you for choosing fixya.com
Posted on Mar 01, 2011
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