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Old 10-11-2013, 11:17 AM   #1
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Block Heater Location

Hi, I have a 2012 V6 Mustang and I was wondering if anyone knows the location on the engine block that the block heater screws into. I saw that you can buy the unit on Ebay for around $100.00, but I need to know where it is installed. It apears there is a removable plug about 2" above the oil filter housing on the front drivers side of the engine block. If this is where it goes, it should be an easy install.
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Ask whoever is selling them on E-Bay

I would think that the people selling them would know.
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I would think that the people selling them would know.
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The vendor said that the instructions are not included. If it is installed where I mentioned, it would be easy to do, but if I need to put it on a lift and remove various parts to get to it, I will just have it installed by the dealler. Just trying to save some money.
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I'm viewing this on my phone, so it's a lil blurry, but it looks like it's just under/below the exhaust manifold.

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