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Where does the block heater cord plug into the engine of a 1997 Suzuki Sidekick Sport 18L?

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2007-10-23 19:13:47

The best solution is to purchase and install a clamp on block heater which is available through a Suzuki dealer. To my knowledge, you can't install a normal type of block heater (installs in frost plug).

Dave Saskatchewan Canada 96 Suzuki Sidekick Sport

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