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Old 12-25-2012, 06:19 PM
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Block Heater Location?

I want to install my new KATS block heater. Which frost plug do I pull out to install the block heater in???

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400 engine with a/c and california emissions.
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the easiest for me was passenger side of the block btween the starter and motor mount
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Ditto, just be sure the heating element isn't touching the block or you'll short it out.
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