I have a 2014 Honda Civic Ex Sedan. The dealer installed a block engine heater before the last winter. When they finished the installation, I had 2 cables like these:
These cables were going out from the bottom of the bumper like this
But as you can see, there is only the male connector now.
Can someone tell me where can I find the female connector? I mean this (the picture below is a reference. It's not for cars)
What kind of cord is it? AND the most important thing, where do I connect it under the hood?
I didn't know that the female connector could be removed easily and it's a shame that someone stole it.
I went to Canadian Tire but they didn't know of what I was talking about. I called the dealer to explain what happened, but they told me that I need to buy a new block heater package (around $100).
I tried to do a research on Internet but I cannot find anything about it. I reviewed my installation bill and I found the generic product code 08T44-SNA-301, but curiously it doesn't come with the female connector. This is the link where you can find the details of the product and how to install it in the car.
I think newer models of honda include a place to connect the female cord or maybe a connector to the battery.
The male connector has a sticker that it says "pyroil" 1752 10amp 125v 1250w
I live in Canada by the way.