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I need to install a block heater on my 2002 Yukon as there isn't a factory block heater installed. Where on the block do I install,and does it matter which plug location I use??

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Gasoline or diesel? Not all vehicles have a block heater provision. There is a generic heater that you can install in the lower radiator hose.

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