Topic: Re: Multiple Block Heater Failures-Ford 5000
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I went through 3 of those on the 3600, well the one that goes in the radiator hose. I had it on a timer, but I think it was like 600 watts, too, it did work great, but they never last the winter, the darned thing started easily when it was on a few hours before. I could not figure out what the deal was, coolant was changed, and up, thermostat working, I put cardboard in front of the radiator, and spread a couple of loads of manure, made sure to get it nice and hot, before plugging it in for the first time.
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