JUKE Engine Block Heater Cord

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    JUKE Engine Block Heater Cord

    I live in Calgary (Alberta, Canada) and have a factory installed engine block heater in my 2011 Juke. Does anyone have experience and/or a suggestion on where and how to run the cord through the grill.

    Much appreciated!

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    Mine was pulled through just under the wine rack. I'll put up a pic later today.

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    Hello to all and especially my fellow Canadian Juke People! Jukes are more fun in the snow!

    I went on a hunt for the elusive block heater cord today in my 'new to me' Juke that I picked up last week. I knew it was a Canadian model so I was fairly certain the block heater was standard issue and sure enough, there it was lurking behind the passenger headlamp. The only thing that threw me off (and I should have guessed this) was the little end-cap they shove on the tip that makes it look less like a 'plug' and more like a dead end. I thought a quick photo might help the next person standing in the snow wishing his gloves were thicker up here so here you go. Thanks for the hint!

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