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I am in the middle of reparing my oil cooler and the block heater plug was tuck in the houing and I broke it. Where do I get a new one other than the dealer?

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Hope i'm in the forum. I have a F350 2001 7.3, and saw a lot of peeps say you get better fuel miles with out a muffler. Anyone help with that idea.Would it hurt the eng. only has 82,000 miles. All stock.

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Hope i'm in the forum. I have a F350 2001 7.3, and saw a lot of peeps say you get better fuel miles with out a muffler. Anyone help with that idea.Would it hurt the eng. only has 82,000 miles. All stock.

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I am in the middle of reparing my oil cooler and the block heater plug was tuck in the houing and I broke it. Where do I get a new one other than the dealer?
if you are talking about the part that plugs into the extension cord, then just go get a power cord for a computer, then splice it into the other.

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