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Old 11-06-2009, 11:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Block Heater install 6.7

I just bought a 2007 with a 6.7L in it. This truck came from florida and does not have a block heater in it. I picked the heater up from freightliner but have no idea were it goes can you help?
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Look on the block a little forward of the turbo. There should be a plastic cap covering the plug-in. Good luck.
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It has the block heater, just not the cord. IIRC, the connector is behind the oil filter.
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