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Where is the block heater plug for a 1998 e-350?

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2007-08-29 01:46:08
2007-08-29 01:46:08

some come with, some don't. if not, u have to install one for ur own I have a 1997 and the shop spent 45 minutes looking for mine, they found it coiled up between the battery and the fender well.

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