Block heater

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  1. ishapiro

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    No need to remove the skid plate. If you put it on a hoist you should see it easily, it is close to the exhaust line on that side.

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  2. Krill

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    any way someone can snap a picture of it? moving to Alaska sometime within the next 6 months and originally thought I didn't need to add any heaters but the car will be sitting outside( 15 days on/15 days off schedule)
     
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    You on the coast?
     
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    Is who on the coast?
     
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    You (Krill ) . If on the Alaska coast not sure you will need a block heater. I don't bother unless car is below -18C (about 0F).


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    Oh gotcha, yeah I don’t know exactly where I’ll be yet but thanks, that’s good to know
     

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