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My truck already had the block heater so I just bought the battery blankets and use cardboard for the radiator. Just thebattery blankets from the Dealer ran me $68. It sure helps it to crank over in the bitter cold.
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I live in Queen Creek AZ; SW of Phoenix 30 miles. The engines come with a block heater installed at the factory. You can get the cord only; I decided to get the whole kit because we travel to WA state in the winter.
I have a block heater in my truck already, but just bought 2 battery blankets. Heres my problem, each end has its own plug. So do I plug all 3 in or is there something that mopar was suppose to send that combines the three plugs? Or do you guys just get a pig tail with three outlets in it?
2005 QuadCab Long bed 4x4, 20x10" Cepek, 4"MBRP Duals, AEM HD intake, Bushwacker flares, Mag-Hytec diffs and trans pan, speedliner undercoating Royal Purple synthetic in all oils.
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