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Block heater cord

The cord is just dangling by the oil pan and to my knowledge never plugged in. I was wondering do you guys leave yours plugged in the block or is yours hanging also?

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although i dont have the cord on my EX, on my other truck, the cord will just hang in front of the rad.
I would like to know though, where exactly it does connect to the block.
I am getting a a cord for my EX and would like to know where to plug it onto the block.

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It plugs in passenger side rear block of engine just above the starter. The plug by the radiator plugs in an outlet, the plug I am talking about is the other end of that cord.

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Theres no reason to unplug it that I can think of. I would plug it back in and leave it.

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I Plugged it in. I've had this truck for a year and it hasn't been plugged into the block since i got it so I just want to make sure that it was ok to leave it plugged in.

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