Block heater recall

Discussion in '6.7L PowerStroke Engine & Drivetrain' started by jaywillingham05, Jul 2, 2019.

  1. JLDickmon

    JLDickmon ursus combibo

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    I gotta tell my oldest daughter this..
     
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    stever01 SDD Junior Member

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    Yes they put a new cord on my 17. It is now fixed,
     
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    I have two ways at looking at this, first off i live in Miami, record cold is 32*, so i really never going to need the block heater, but it's good to know that if i ever want to get rid of my deleted truck, I'll wait for a bad winter too drop into the 40's & plug the block heater:D
     
  4. thecroz

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    I usually plug mine in if the temp drops below 35° only for the comfort of having a warn Rig to get into.. That leather gets cold..
    Just-Sayin..
     
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    What i meant to say was if you plug the block heat & the truck catch on fire, the insurance will pay
     

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