Block heaters work the same as the heater element in an electric kettle . The power comes from an electric outlet in your home etc. so there is no fuse on the vehicle for the block heater . The most common problem is a break in the block heater cord wiring just near the male end that you plug in to the electric outlet
Should be in the engine compartment passenger side fuse block identified as "Blower Motor"...
we are looking for the fuse for the block heater in a 2002 gmc sierra duramax. can you help? the diagram does not show
yes look in fuse block
Ck the heater fan motor resistor .
Tail lights and brake lights fuse.
there is no fuse for a block heater the block heater is installed in the oil cooler on side of engine a lead goes from heater to plug in at front of engine this heater is plugged into 110 power from house.it is not controlled by anything in the truck if it is not working have the wiring checked and have the heater checked wiring for block heater is sold separate to heater,and costs about 80 bucks,heater cost about 70 bucks
Under the hood in the fuse block you will see a large black block. This is the heater blower fuse.
The 2000 BMW 528 heater fuse is located in the fuse box. The fuse box can be found in the engine compartment. The location of the heater fuse will be listed on the inside cover of the fuse box.
on the back side of the fuse block inside the dash
The fuse is in the fuse block which is on the bottom of the dash to the right of the steering column.
There isn't a fuse for the engine block heater , it is like the heating element in an electric kettle , as long as it is plugged in and you are not using a timer or some other device that controls the electricity , then the block heater is on ( assuming that there isn't a break in the block heater cord , which has happened to me a couple of times , where I've had to put a new " male " end on the block heater cord ) or something wrong with the heating element