[s-cars] I5 Block heater

tblack Tblack5 at cogeco.ca
Tue Jan 21 11:48:47 EST 2003

I've had one in my car since 1996. Front frost plug on passenger side. Cost
$75Can. Part #  ZAP- 289-106. I mounted the plug on the apron above the
radiator just behind where the hood catch is located. This eliminates the
hanging plug through the lower grille. It however requires the hood to be
lifted for the power cord. Heater plug is attached to the apron with a hose
clamp. Looks good and is out of sight.
Going down to -20C tonight!

Tom Black.

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> Anyone remember (as I do) seeing this on ETKA/Fiche?  I thought there was
> freeze plug type block heater available as "cold weather" package....
> install one on a water cooled turbo block?  Best yet, valid PN?
> Thanks
> Scott Justusson
> '83 urq looking to be warm at Steamboat....
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