I don't really know how to change a block heater in a tracker, but the following may help. First, I'm assuming your block heater doesn't work. If so have you checked the plug and cord? An easy way to do this is to find or buy an analog volt-ohm meter (one with a needle instead of a digital readout). Then, set it to any ohm (resistance) setting and touch the leads to the two plug prongs (ignore the ground prong). Try not to let your fingers touch the metal part of the probes or the plug. If the needle sweeps and stays at any resistance witout moving, it means your block heater is okay. If it doesn't move and just stays at an infinite resistance, then it's possible your plug, or cord is damaged. This is not uncommon and it happened to me. First, buy a new three pronged plug at a hardware store, and cut the old one off as close to the old plug as possible (no point in wasting cable). Then wire the new plug on. (This is alternating current so the wires shouldn't matter as long as green is to the ground prong). Then test again. If there still is infinite resistance, then you must replace the cord. Follow the cord until you find where it plugs into the block. On a 2.0L I4, it should be down around the exhaust manifold, so do this when the engine is cold. With a good tug, it should come unplugged and that is where you would plug in the new cord, which would be purchased at an auto parts store, or dealer if necessary. I hope this is of use. My block heater stopped working last winter and I was about to get it replaced when someone showed me how to do this, and it ended up just being a faulty plug (corrosion, moisture and other wear and tear over time), so hopefully that is all that is wrong with yours. Good luck!
The 1997 Geo Tracker block heater does have a frost plug. The Frost plug will be a few inches below the block heater.
The block heater cord is on the Engine Block Heater on the 2007 Chevy Optra.
Where is heater core located on 92 chev
It does not have one.
I DON'T BELIEVE THERE IS A BLOCK HEATER.
Begin by training the water from your 2003 engine block. Remove the wiring harness from the block heater. Remove the block heater retaining bolts. The block heater will come out. Reverse the process to install your new block heater.
You can find the block heater cord behind the grill of your 2001 Chevy Astro. The cord will be on the drivers side of the grill.
Usually the block heater is in place of the passenger's side rear freeze plug
First off, the block heater is an option, yours might not even have one. My 2002 Chevy had a block heater, and the chord was right next to the battery.
it does not come with a block heater unless installed by a mechanic. if so, it will be in the engine block under the exhaust manifold. can see it from under the van
It may or may not have a block heater. If it does then the power cord will be located near the battery behind the grill.
The block heater is standard on most Trailblazers. The cord is attached under a flap against the battery.