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Old 01-14-2005, 09:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Im from canada, here the weather is -47 degrees celcius with the windchill. this is my cars first winter.. i cant seem to find the plug switch to plug in my car overnight... any feedback is appreciated, thanks in advance!!
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Ok.. this is a first for me.. can anyone tell me about or why you plug in your .... what is this a winter feature that keeps things warm or something...????

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plug in ur car is like charging ur cellphone, so it wont die out over the cold winter nights!! i cant find the plug switch, any ideas?
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Do you know sure that this 'charging plug' is available on your car?
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Are you talking about a block heater so your car is easier to start in the winter?
I live in Canada and from what I know BMW's have no such feature.
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i CALLed my friend at BMW, depending on the model this IS a feature most BMW's have, it just keeps a constant to the car (power) so that it starts in the morning and your cells in your battery don't freeze. Its on the driver side underneath the dash i the upper left corner (the wall next to your frame) if you don't see the black box, you don';t have one.

Oh yeah one more thing, this is a Canadian thing only.
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