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Old 01-10-2014, 11:31 AM   #29
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When you have someone who knows what it is, why keep putting out wild ideas that don't have merit?

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When you have someone who knows what it is, why keep putting out wild ideas that don't have merit?

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Often someone with a similar problem, but different coach, can benefit from a wild idea, (I know I have).
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Old 01-12-2014, 02:52 PM   #31
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Great news confirmed again, thanks Steven. I will do the test, hopefully it is in place and working
The plug is wired to your block heater, I have a 2000 Intrigue and I think that was standard equipment on the 2000 Intrigue. You simply plug your extension cord into the block heater connection which provides the necessary power to heat the circuit which is built in. I have no switch on mine, used it several times and it works. What is the unit number on your Intrigue, mine is 11040.

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The plug is wired to your block heater, I have a 2000 Intrigue and I think that was standard equipment on the 2000 Intrigue. You simply plug your extension cord into the block heater connection which provides the necessary power to heat the circuit which is built in. I have no switch on mine, used it several times and it works. What is the unit number on your Intrigue, mine is 11040.

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Hi Ray, glad to hear that... mine is 11104 (i assume mine was built 64th after yours i will test it when i get there...
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I just picked up a 98 Intrigue. I'm not very familliar with it yet, but it has the same mystery plug/inlet. Sounds Like I have a block heater too, thanks for the tip guys.
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I just picked up a 98 Intrigue. I'm not very familliar with it yet, but it has the same mystery plug/inlet. Sounds Like I have a block heater too, thanks for the tip guys.
Yes you do. CC took a long time to make any changes in the coaches. They kept it simple and easy to use.
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