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I cant find the block heater plug in on my santa fe....where is it? better yet, does it even come standard in the vehicle?

Looking in all the usual places but still cannot find the cord, which leads me to believe that it is not there.....how much does a heater cost and how easy is it to install?

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If your model engine comes with a heater as an accessory then there will be an opening for it to screw into that will be blanked off by a plug. talk to an accredited engine rebuilding shop for advice as to where it will be and how to fit it.

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    Jordan T Nov 11, 2014

    thanks! will do

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It could be your blower switch, but more than likely it's a resistor that is usually a part of the blower assembly, and it operates the speeds. Doesn't cost much but can be tricky installing. If you had one or two speeds not working, initially, eventually all may stop. If fan stopped working and all speeds had been operating, then you may have a bad wire or blower motor. Also, check your manual for fuses, as there may be a compartment inside the vehicle as well as one under the hood.

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hi, again,when you go to the parts department,why not ask to see the microfish diagram,it will show you exactly where it fits....or even get a haynes manual,then you could really get your hands dirty.
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Possibly a weak or dead fuel pump. Try disconnecting the fuel line where it enters the fuel rail ( the metal tube that the injectors are attached to.) Have someone turn the key to the "RUN" position, (not "START") a few times and observe the fuel flow. If it appears weak, then you probably have a bad pump. Be sure to capture the fuel that spills out and DO NOT attempt this while the engine is hot. Altenatetively, you can have someone turn the key "ON" and off a few times while you listen for the humming sound of the pump at the fuel tank. But just because you can hear a humming sound doesn't always mean the pump is operating to capacity. If this doesn't help, reply bvack and we can go from there. Good luck!

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