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Go buy a zero start frostplug engine heater you will also need a hammer and a long punch to force out the old soft plug. in the kit it will tell you what frost plug to remove. and in what position the heater will need to be installed .

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raineman_15_16.gif If you are installing a new one notice the direction the block heater points when it goes into the block (upwards).

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