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How do I replace the block heater on my 2001 RAV4?

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YES IT CAN, U CAN BUY A BLOCK HEATER KIT, . THE PICTURE BELOW IS A UNVERSAL BLOCK HEATER THAT GOES INTO THE CORE PLUG ON THE SIDE OF THE BLOCK, THAT IS EXACTLY WHERE THE FACTORY ONEWS ARE MOUNTED



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2001 Rav4 tune-up should include what?


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