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Engine Block Heater for '94 Saturn SW2

I have a '94 Saturn SW2 and I want to get an engine block heater or somthing like it because I live in Western MN and I don't have a garage. I have searched all over the web, but I cannot find out what block heater will work with my model nor have I found a store to purchase one from. Any help would be appreciated.

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