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it gets so frickin cold in montana in the following months. has anyone heard of a company that sells block heaters for our car? those constant cold starts can't be good for the car (i found this out with my old stratus.) i know it's a toyota, but i just wanna be on the safe side. and i'd save gas from not having to warm it up for so long every day.

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c'mon. someone's gotta hate starting their car when it's below freezing everyday. what else could i do to keep the block warm?
 

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They come with block heaters up north, so they should sell em to. They list as $100 optional equipment on the sticker.

Don't get the cheezy oil heater from JC Whitney. I use one of them in the 80's and all it does is cook your oil. Causing it to break down faster.

Get the one Toyota uses for the car.
 

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If you're in a getting-ready-for-winter type of area, local shops will give you an installed price...just call around.
 
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