Some have a nut in the center,U take off the nut,etc-Others U take out like a Regular freeze-plug00just knock it in & B sure 2 REMOVE ALL the Pieces.A g00d time 2 flush out,from the freeze plug hole.IF U don't go in2 Freezing weather I would install a BRASS Plug & U won't have 2 worry about that one.IF U kept the cooling system clean & 50/50 CORRECT TYPE anyi-freeze U wouldn't have welch(freeze) plug problems.
no.....the heater would have to be leaking
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.
Cars do not come with a block heater normally, it is something you have to have installed aftermarket
Heater core leaking? Windshield seal leaking? Door seal leaking? Evaporator drain plugged?
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
Means that your heater core is leaking coolant. Has to be replaced.
The block heater, on your 2001 C 15 Caterpillar diesel engine, can be removed by loosening the retaining nut. The block heater will easily come out. Reverse the process to install the new heater.
A leaking heater core. oil is leaking on the engine and is burning and beining drawn in by the vent or the blower motor is going out Are you sure it's smoke or is it steam? If your windows are steaming up and it smells like maple syrup , your heater core is probably leaking.
The old Honda Civics didn't come with the block heater. It's an option or aftermarket...If your car is equipped with a block heater, it should be located in front or at the side of the radiator......
they all come standard with the block heater. The Wiring Harness for the block heater is, however, optional.
Not as a standard feature.
Engine block heaters were optional.
Yes. It is in the block near the oil filter.
6.0L PSDs usually come with the block heater installed, but no cord. it is located under the starter on the passengers side
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
The Dodge Sprinter did not come out until 2002. The heater is an add on option that is installed in a freeze plug on the passenger side of the block.
Either the a/c system is freezing up or you have a leaking heater core.............
Sounds to me like the heater core is leaking coolant.
most likely your heater is leaking? If you mean coolant, It would be the heater core. If you actually mean water it is coming from the windshield.
i bought a 2007 Malibu today they come with no block heater ... Dealer told me chev stopped putting them in unless its an option add on... i hv to get one installed
do you mean the plug for the block heater? if so, they usually tuck those into the back of the front bumper. call your dealer if you can't find it. usually they are an option, so not all trucks come with a block heater.
you first have to have a block heater (frost plug heater) instaled on your car... they dont come that way from the factory
Could be that your heater core is leaking May also have a plugged evaporator hole.
You most likely have a leaking heater core inside the truck.......
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.