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Old 02-11-2012, 09:00 PM   #1
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Engine block heater

My little 2.5L I4 takes forever to heat up in this cold GA weather and it SUCKS gas when its cold. Where can I find a engine block heater for a 2.5L I4?

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I found this in just 2 minutes Engine Block Heater -2.5 or 4.0L Engine
States that it works for the 2.5 or the 4.0

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NAPA sells one that goes in the lower radiator hose I believe...or you can buy the Mopar ones that replace one of the freeze plugs. Both are inexpensive.
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A piece of cardboard or burlap sack infront of the radiator, behind the grill, will help warm the engine up faster. Just don't completely block the air flow.
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