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Old 10-04-2005, 01:07 AM   #1
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If my car has an engine heater where would I find the cord? I'm assuming it would be obvious, just thought I'd ask incase. Thnx
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If my car has an engine heater where would I find the cord? I'm assuming it would be obvious, just thought I'd ask incase. Thnx
did you buy your car new????? if so...do you have the window sticker with what it came with?!?!


I'd look in my service book but im not home right now... Im sure one of the other guys will chime in soon..
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I would expect a cord somewhere in the grill/headlight area.
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I havent seen any obviouse sign that the car even has one, I was just curious if they hide the cord well for cosmetic reasons? Yeah, I know you're all sayin' something. LOL
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I have one on my car since I ordered it that way. The cord, if you have one, is on the passenger'* side near the front. The heater itself is in one of the freeze plugs or at least, what passes for a freeze plug.
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Thanks, I'm prettty sure I dont have one.
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