Drain coolant from radiator and engine block Remove passenger's side rear freeze plug and replace with block heater kit
I can't find my block heater plug on my pontiac G6 2006,,,Where is it? Maybe it does not have a block heater.
The block heater cord was an add on accessory. If equipped, it is located on the passenger side of the engine
where is block heater on my altima 2006
It may not have come with a block heater as an option. You could always install a magnetic one try are very simple and effective
where is the block heater cord located on a Mazda 3 2006
I ASSUME the block heater in a 2006 Ford Freestar would use ( 600 watts ) like my Ford Explorer 4.0 liter V6 engine does
yes there is a heater on that car
It is on the block on the passengers side above the starter. If it has a cord on it the cord will be behind the bumper on the passengers side. the block heater is standard but the cord was a cold weather option. If no cord you can buy one from a ford dealer.
On most block heaters I've seen you have to knock out a freeze plug (preferably in the center of the engine so the heat will disapate evenly) and install the heater there. They're simply inserted into the vacant freeze plug opening and tightened up. Its a little more involved than that: on my '04 TJ -6cyl, the dealer had to install my blocker heater, since the frost plug is located directly behind the AC compressor, this has to be removed for access, the freon is purged and then recharged after, the cost is about $150-170 which includes parts and labour. Red Ryder.
The heater will be in the block behind the oil filter. The cord was optional. You generally have to buy it from the dealer.