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There should be a plug sticking out of or near the front grill. Block heaters are generally connected to the oil pan.
If you meant the heat exchange that brings heat from the engine into the passenger area, that is on the psssenger side betwern the firewall and the dashboard, usually near the glove compartment. This heater core will leak sweet-smelling radiator fluid (engine coolant) onto thr floorboards if it is defective. If you just aren't getting heat, be sure your coolant level is full, and if it is (but there is no leaking into the passenger area,) then look at the valve inside the engine compartment, and at what is called the Blend-door.
Posted on Nov 23, 2013
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