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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 10-01-2005, 03:59 PM Thread Starter
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6.0l Block Heater Installation manual

Here is the manual to install the block heater cord.
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That is uper info PSDPlayer :Thumbup:

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i have 2006 6.0 and trying to see if i have a block heater.
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you have a block heater. It's a matter of if you have the cord. What state are you in?
Ford only put the cord on trucks that are in what they consider "cold weather states"

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Where is this plug located? Im from Florida living in Colorado right now and not liking the cold starts. Thanks
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The heater element is on the passenger side of the engine block toward the back of engine near bell housing. Now if you have the plug it should be in the bumper to the left of the left fog light.

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sweet im gonna go see if dads truck has the heater element even though they said the truck didnt have a block heater...it may be just a wire install...07 model
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Here is the manual to install the block heater cord.
Thanks for the manual
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Factory install

When you order a truck from the factory, one of the options is to order the truck with a block heater. If I had not specified that I wanted the block heater, I do not know if they would have built the truck with or without the heater, and the cord. The option for my 06 was (41H) which was for $29.00 For that price I would think it was only for the cord.
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I was going to ask this question today. Thanks.

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