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Any body ever install one of these on there LML? My truck doesn't have a block htr as it was a US truck so ordered without it. The coolant circulator would be better than installing a block heater by far.

Any cons to doing this? Any pics of installs?

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Are you sure it doesn't have the block heater? From my understanding, they all do. On my LMM the cord is tywrapped behind the passenger side wheel fender well liner.
 

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Get up on the front bumber. Now stand on you head between the fuel filter and the inner fender, it is on your left in the new inaccessible location. Please refer to it as the DB Cooper wire.
 

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The LGH (van version of LML) has a "Fuel Operated coolant Heater" (FOH).

These trucks start really well in the cold (below 0*F) without assistance, and the built in 'elevated idle' system for warmup also does it's job.
 

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The LGH (van version of LML) has a "Fuel Operated coolant Heater" (FOH).

These trucks start really well in the cold (below 0*F) without assistance, and the built in 'elevated idle' system for warmup also does it's job.
Thats funny right there....:rof
Mine has fuel operated power steering, water pump and a battery charger as well.
 

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Mine starts really well in 0* weather too..
 

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Thats funny right there....:rof
Mine has fuel operated power steering, water pump and a battery charger as well.
page 9-10 of the 2011 dmax manual if you want to know more...
 
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