ENGINE BLOCK HEATER CABLE ('89-'16, 6.7L - 5.9L)

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Don't be left out in the cold! Make sure your '89-'16 Dodge Cummins Turbo Diesel engine has a block heater cable so you can warm the engine for easy starting in cold weather.

The Cummins engine has the block heater installed, but many times the dealers did not order the engine block heater cable with the '03-'16 trucks.

The heater cable plugs into the block heater which is underneath the exhaust manifold and next to the oil filter. There may be a black cover on it that will need to be removed to get access to the block heater. Easiest access to the block heater is from underneath the truck.

This is a direct replacement part for the '89-'16 trucks. Heater cable is 6 feet long.


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Good product
Oct 13, 2016  |  By DALE A BENNETT
Like it so far haven't had to use it yet. Install pretty easy and straight forward and routing cable is a breeze as well.

It's they cord you need
Oct 27, 2015  |  By Scotty T
Just as advertised, this is the cord you need for your Cummins block heater. My truck was equipped with the block heater but no cord for it, rather than spending $45+ at the stealership I got this one from Geno's at less than half the price shipped to my door. Super fast shipping, came in 2 days and will be keeping my truck warm this winter for all those early 4am work days. Install took all of 6 minutes with a simple adjustable wrench. Can't go wrong with this purchase!

Install and Tech Information

Download the Block Heater Cord Instructions.pdf