where is the block heater on my 2011 subaru forester? (Canada)

Asked by Nov 24, 2016 at 12:43 PM about the 2011 Subaru Forester

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64,785

Do you have one? If you have a cord to plug the heater in then trace the cord. It could be in the block or in a radiator hose.

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Go on internet pull up diagram

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I heard it is standard equipment in Canada, and I did try the internet thing and my owners manual diagrams but cannot see it. thank you

4,550

Hmmm...thought it was a dealer-installed option everywhere....

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@011 did not come with a block heater I had to pay to have it installed. Then I could not use it because the ECM kept reading engine temp abnormality on start up and would trigger the check engine light. They got a fix and flashed the computer, but every winter, at least once, the ECM reads it wrong and sets off the CEL, I reset it and am good to go for a another few weeks.

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