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Where can I find my block heater cord (if I even have one) in my 2013 SV? Thanks..
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Geez. Tough forum here. I also belong to a Toyota Tacoma owners forum and most certainly would have received many replies by now for such a simple query. I see so many unanswered questions here. Zero replies. Zero reples. Zero replies. Unless you title your question "Ignore this post". Then it gets replies. I guess I'll look elsewhere for answers to any future issues. Thanks anyways.
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Where can I find my block heater cord (if I even have one) in my 2013 SV? Thanks..
If you have one and it has never been used, the cord will be coiled and zip-tied between the radiator and grille. From what I understand they are standard equipment on all Canadian delivered Muranos.

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On my 2014, yes it was coiled and zip-tied but tucked behind the passenger side headlight assembly covered with a flexible black plastic protective sleeve and the plug had a black protective cap. My 2017.5 had the same. Very useful in cold climate like Thunder Bay Ontario or Montreal Quebec where I live, brrr!

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On my 18 it was coiled up with a protective sleeve just above the passenger headlight. I tucked it between the headlight and grill and called it good enough. Definitely needed here when it hits -40.
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