2016 LR4 SCV6 - Block heater, now with video of location.

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You may get lucky. For the most part Canadian models were installed, just no cord...
 

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The story with my LR3 was that vehicles destined for Canada came with block heaters (2005&2006) however the cords were not CSA approved so they were not installed. My 2010 LR4 with everything did not have a block heater installed. Hopefully LR smartened up in the later model years.
Hello All.. I talked with an aftermarket Mechanic whom told me I cannot put a block heater in my 2011 LR4. He suggested a battery tender to get me through the Saskatchewan Canada winters. So I did install the battery tender, so now the engine turn's over, however will still not start when it's -30 Celsius. Does anyone know if the 2011's have or could have the block heater installed? Thank you..
 

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Battery tender? Perhaps a battery blanket but it really does not address the problem. You need to warm the oil and I am surprised at your mechanics suggestion. Last time I looked at this you could get block heaters for the V8s.. I would talk to an actual LR dealer.
 

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I will have to crawl under mine and take a peek.

Do you have a part number for the cord?
 

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