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Old 05-10-2010, 07:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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block heater cord routing

alrite the tards at the dealer sold me a truck without a block heater in wisconsin.. anyways i said just give me the cord and il put it on myself. the cord has them tabs on it to stick it in holes along the frame. but i can figure out where the last 2 tabs go does anyone have pics of how to route that cord up into the bumper? i would greatly appreciate it. thanks
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Old 09-06-2010, 12:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I just installed my heater cord today...and I have pics!! I am not sure if my cord was routed correctly or not. I will have 2 pics - one is of the socket where it plugs into and the other is of the final resting place of the line cord. The final resting place is to the right of the left tow hook (towards the center of the truck). I have a 2010 2500 crew cab, 6.7. I tried to load the pics, but I guess the files are too big. Can anyone tell me how to reduce the size of the pic???
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host the pics on photobucket. its easy and free. once you get them loaded there just copy and paste the img tag and they will show up on here.
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can i email them to you??
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The dealer also was dumb and sold me one with out a heater in Pa. I got a cord from work but im gonna put a chrome plate like deal like the big truck use and mount it to the bumper
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You can use use zip ties to route the cord anyway you want. I put one of these on my truck, it makes plugging the extention cord in less of a hassle & it has a snap on cover to keep dirt & water out the plug.

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You can use use zip ties to route the cord anyway you want. I put one of these on my truck, it makes plugging the extention cord in less of a hassle & it has a snap on cover to keep dirt & water out the plug.

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Thats what i got here to install at some point if i ever get around to it
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My installation went OK - once I found the plug (just behind the oil filter). I had a hard time finding a route for the cord. I ended up going to the right of the radiator, at the bottom of the radiator and snaking it through the bumper, ending up just to the right of the right (passenger) tow hook. I used the attached plastic pins. Theyn lined up almost perfectly with the small holes in the inside of the frame. All in all - it was an educational experience for me.
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