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I have an 07 and my question is do I already have the block heater and no cord? Or no block heater at all? My window sticker makes no mention of it
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04 and down have heaters and cords. 05+ have heaters installed but typically don't have cords unless they were delivered to a cold climate region. I believe they had a winter prep package.

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^^Randy is correct. So, I believe you might have to visit a dealer and see what you can do to get one installed. I don't foresee it juicing the wallet too much but, never truley sure what to expect at the dealer?

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Try ebay or international. Ebay is around $20 bucks the international house is around $50. Ford is expensive place to buy parts. I believe there is pictures of how the cord is routed in the 6l bible.

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Cord routing:

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There was also a thread on a mod for the cord, but can't find it.
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I have an 07 has well, there is no heater block cord, but you can get one from international for roughly $20. easy install just a little tight working your hands in there to tighten it down. makes starting easier, and warm ups just a bit quicker but will not heat up enough to blow hot air upon initial starting.

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