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PN for engine block heater needed

94cruiser

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Tried several gm parts online sites and I’m unable to find the engine block heater kit assembly.

Does anyone have the part number?
 

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Can someone confirm if this is correct:

Cord
part number: 84110726

Plug
part number: 12586687
 

94cruiser

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I did. That's the part number they gave me, but when I check online the plug states it does not fit 2018 TourX...
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I have one from the factory. Its a Philips-Temro unit that only works when the temp is below 0F. I can try to see if it has a P/N.
 

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So what did the dealer say about it not matching?

I called few local dealers and one of them gave me that part number.
When I plug it in to those online GM parts websites some say it is compatible with 2018 TourX and some say it's not.
 

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I have one from the factory. Its a Philips-Temro unit that only works when the temp is below 0F. I can try to see if it has a P/N.
It's my understanding the temperature sensor is at the 110 outlet and all that's needed is to cut the cord and put a new end on it.

I would be happy with an outlet on a timer and use it when temperature hits 20F.
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It's my understanding the temperature sensor is at the 110 outlet and all that's needed is to cut the cord and put a new end on it.

I would be happy with an outlet on a timer and use it when temperature hits 20F.
You are correct. Even better, since you are sourcing new just get a cord without the temp sensor from P-T. The connection on the freeze plug heater is not proprietary.
 
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