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The 2001 Pontiac Montana block heater cable can be found in the front of the vehicle. You can access the block heater cable through the front grill.

The block heater connection is on the passenger side of the block, just above the freeze plugs, you will need the cable that runs out to the grill/bumper. Every newer diesel has this heater just some were not equipped with the cable, it is an option. Hope this helps. John

IF THE CABLE IS DAMAGED, THE HOUSING IS DAMAGED. ITS A COMMON PROBLEM. REPLACE WITH NEW PARTS

The block heater is just left of the oil filter on the right side of the truck. you can follow the electric plug and cable.

Unplug the power cable by pulling it straight out. Drain the coolant. There is a screw in the block heater. Loosen this screw, probably a Phillips. Put a drain pan under the heater and pull the heater out by hand. If the heater is stubborn. grasp it with pliers and pull hard. If there is collant in the block, it will probably shoot out, so wear glasses and watch out for coolant! Clean the hole with a rag or paper. Press the new heater into the hole by hand making sure the rubber gasket is seated. Tighten the screw in the heater and it will suck the heater into place. Plug in the new power chord that comes with the heater. Refill the radiator with coolant. Test the heater by plugging it into 110 ac. Reach behind the power cable and touch the block heater. It might make a humming sound and should be starting to get warm in a minute or so. Now you are ready for -40 degree temperatures. It takes the heater 3 hours to properly heat the engine block on a very cold day. Unplug the power cable by pulling it straight out. Drain the coolant. There is a screw in the block heater. Loosen this screw, probably a Phillips. Put a drain pan under the heater and pull the heater out by hand. If the heater is stubborn. grasp it with pliers and pull hard. If there is collant in the block, it will probably shoot out, so wear glasses and watch out for coolant! Clean the hole with a rag or paper. Press the new heater into the hole by hand making sure the rubber gasket is seated. Tighten the screw in the heater and it will suck the heater into place. Plug in the new power chord that comes with the heater. Refill the radiator with coolant. Test the heater by plugging it into 110 ac. Reach behind the power cable and touch the block heater. It might make a humming sound and should be starting to get warm in a minute or so. Now you are ready for -40 degree temperatures. It takes the heater 3 hours to properly heat the engine block on a very cold day.

To change a heater core on a 2000 VW Beetle, unplug the Jetta's negative battery cable and drain the engine coolant. Next, connect the negative battery cable.

That is an engine block heater. It heats the engine coolant.

some did and some did not if it is not behind the bumper on the right front (passanger side) you will have to go to your ford dealer and order the cable. all 6.0L came with the heater in the block but may not have the cord.

110-block is for data networking cable. The 66-block is for telephone cable.

The most likely reason that the heater control won't change the air flow is that the cable that moves the diverter valve has broken and will need to be replaced.

? The speedometer cable attaches to the transmission, not the engine. Please try again with more info.

To change the heater core in a 1963 Chevy Impala, disconnect the negative battery cable and loosen the radiator cap. Remove glove box door and remove wiring connected to the heater core. Then remove the heater core from under the dash and replace with new.

system block diagram means we have use to only a type of ammeter ,voltmeter ,some cro so,but cable block diagram mean ,we use some,co-axial cable,normal cable,and etc

The mechanism is on the passenger side of the heater unit a couple inches back on the right side. It is connected by cable to the control unit on the dash in the vent setting. If it doesn't work, it is likely one of the clips securing the cable to the heater housing, or the control unit, is damaged. If you do not need the vent, then disconnect the cable from the lever on the heater unit and manually close it using the lever. Kind of a tight spot but easily done. Otherwise, you must replace the cable. Good luck finding one as they quit making them.

Look behind the bumper, on the driver's side of center. It will be held up by a cable tie, if it's never been used before.

You use an armored cable if there's a risk of the cable getting pinched, chafed or otherwise damaged.

The cable must be replaced if damaged.

Low coolant? Thermostat not opening? Control cable not working? Plugged heater core? Heater core "airbound"? Low coolant? Thermostat not opening? Control cable not working? Plugged heater core? Heater core "airbound"?

Heater Airbound? Heater control cable not working? Heater core plugged?

Remove the radio/heater control module. Disconnect the temperature control cable at the base of the control assembly . It is on the center mound just to the right of the gas pedal. Take the heater control cable off of the back of the heater control module. Pull the temperature control cable off.

I had the same problem. Check the shift cable, the plastic sleeve that keeps the cable straight when shifting may be damaged in which case the cable will need to be replaced.

as far as i know if you did not have one installed there wont be one, but if there was one the plug is usually placed where you can get at it from the front through the grille so you dont have to open the hood.

The gate is closed inthe heater ! The problem is that the wire cable "end" slipped off that baffle Looks like a 1/8 rod that the cable end slides onto it. and or your Heater hose is blocked somehow or another.

it does not have cable, it is vaccuum and acuator motor driven

No cable, all controls are done with electric motors.


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