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Old 12-22-2008, 03:36 PM
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Red face Routing Block Heater Cord....

With all 200 threads on here I learned that the 6.0's come wih a block heater from the factory. Mine didn't have the cord so I bought one. I am now installing it and my question is how does it need to be routed and where exactly does it come out on the front of the truck. I'm sure it doesn't matter a lot but I would like it to look factory. I don't want it to interfere or get caught in anything.

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Old 12-22-2008, 03:51 PM
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Mine comes out by the passenger side tow hook. As to how its routed, I am not sure. I would look but its -1 outside
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it routes through the wheel well up through teh bumber assembly to the front drivers tow hook, or you could have it come out anywhere you wanted to really.
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just put one on my truck and tie wrapped it kinda through the frame and out the front bumper. only 1 spot i dont like where it gets close to the radiater fan but its wrapped taunt to where it wont move. i hope lol. cord wasnt long enough to go the route i wanted.
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