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Block Heater location for F250 7.3L Diesel

Discussion in 'All Other Diesels' started by dchargois, Feb 16, 2010.

  1. dchargois

    dchargois New Member

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    Where is the Block heater cord for a 1995 F250 7.3L Deisel Engine located. Does anyone have a picture?
     
  2. BigBlueChevy

    BigBlueChevy Compression Ignition Addict

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    7.3L Powerstroke had it from the factory so it will be very unlikely that you DON'T have one. Look above your oil filter, there should be an orange plug coming off the heater element. The cord changes from Orange to Black as it move up along toward the front of the truck. Chances are its tied up somewhere in the bumper as it hasn't been used.

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