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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-08-09, 10:25 AM Thread Starter
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2004 F250 XLT super duty crew cab 6.0 power stroke

does anyone know if they come with cold weather engine block heater for the diesel poweer stroke motor? i cant find it on mine and am moving to Colorado in the near future and hear i'm gonna need it... any idea where i might get a good deal on something like this?

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-08-09, 11:35 AM
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Re: 2004 F250 XLT super duty crew cab 6.0 power stroke

They can have them installed. If it came from a warm climate, it probably doesn't have one. If it has one, the plug would be on the drivers side in the lower grille area.

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Re: 2004 F250 XLT super duty crew cab 6.0 power stroke

All 6.0L's came with the block heater - some just did not come with the cord. Look for the "plug-in" behind the passenger side tire.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/album.php?albumid=310

You can get the cord from an International Dealership

Ford part #: 4C4Z-6B018-AA Ford Engineering Number: 4C4O6B018AA International Part #: 1686485C91

Be sure to look for your cord. If you have one they are pretty well hidden tucked up under the suspension and tie-wrapped nehind the bumper on the passenger side.

If you do not have one and want to install one yourself:

Block Heater Cord
http://www.forddoctorsdts.com/articles/article-05-20.phphttp://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=6468&stc=1

Oreilley's - part Zerostart part number 3600008.
Block heater uses 1000 watts - Apprx 8.3 Amps
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Re: 2004 F250 XLT super duty crew cab 6.0 power stroke

okay, so thanks for everyone's help and advice, I took another, this time thourough, look under the grill and BAM! there it was smiling at me with two eyes and a mouth! THANKS!
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Re: 2004 F250 XLT super duty crew cab 6.0 power stroke

If it will get below -20F, or lower, I recommend a grille cover so you and any passengers can stay above freezing on the highway.

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