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Where is the engine block heater on a 2001 Hyundai SUV?

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2005-01-25 07:14:38
2005-01-25 07:14:38

Do you have a block heater on your SUV??? Find an elecrical cord and plug that is usually tywrapped near the the front grill!!

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