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Old 09 Oct 2002, 02:35 am
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I just bought my Turbo GT and it says on the sticker it has a $35 option for an Engine Block Heater. I can't find out what that looks like or what it does. I tried looking for a plug for the heater but cant find it. Anyone have this option and know what it looks like and how it works.

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Old 16 Oct 2002, 11:41 pm
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I finally found the little sucker. You ask where? I will tell you. Driver side almost directly under the hood rod stick holder and it looks like a three pronged electrical plug and I bet it plugs into house current and heats up the engine block on frosty mornings! Too bad I am in So Calif and have no need for it!!

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Old 17 Oct 2002, 10:24 pm
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Hey, I'm down here in Florida and it gets a little chilly sometimes. it must do the same in SoCal. Cheer up, maybe in a couple of years when you go to sell your PT, you can add that little feature to the add and maybe get a buyer that was looking for that exact option.

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Old 18 Oct 2002, 12:59 am
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I understand from my NOrthern Bbrothern that the block heater is realy only neded when it gets down to about 20 degrees and stays there for a few hours. Not likely for me or anyone in Fla either!

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Old 25 Oct 2002, 06:33 pm
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You most likely would not need a engine heater unless it was sub 0 weather. They do come in handy during those cold days, but I don't think it will get that cold in youe area. Works great in the Colorado Rockies.

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