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Block heater problem

Um well i guess thats what im asking where would the cord be it it is in fact there ????????

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  • Kimitaru88 May 11, 2010

    What is going on with your Heater? I am late to the post so I have no clue as to what is going on otherwise I could try and help you a bit.



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Well on some cars depending where they are made dont have a block heater.. like why would a car in mexico need one.. and if you havent found it yet on a 94 its probobly not there

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