I have a 1995 Hyundai accent and there is a plug sticking out the front. Does anyone know why it would be for?

Asked by Oct 29, 2015 at 11:02 PM about the 1995 Hyundai Accent 2 Dr L Hatchback

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If it is an electrical plug for 110 volts then it may have a block heater for cold weather, trace down the wire from the plug in, you will either come to a cylinderical device that will,have some heater hoses attached or it will go to a small device that has been placed in one of the freeze plug openings, both of those at block heaters, now if they still work is anybody's guess.

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If it's not a block heater, it might be an accessory to turn you car into a toaster- that would be so cool!

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