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problem and need help!!

so i am waiting on a module to come in so that my truck will want to start when its cold. in the mean time its very cold here i go to plug my truck in tonite and it keeps popping the gfi. Any ideas?? Ive tried to use a different cord and plug into a different outlet with no luck... help! I'm afraid if i don't get it to plug in then its not gonna start in the morning. By the way 2005 6.0
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post #2 of 4 Old 12-17-2008, 06:12 PM
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Check your cord for the block heater. It maybe shorted out, which will trip the GFI plug.


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i checked cord it looks fine. unhooked it then pluged it back in still trips gfi... any other ideas
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the heater element mayby shorted out and needs replaced. Which is unusual. But it is a man made thing and can go bad.


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