Tacoma Block Heater Extension Cord

Discussion in '2005 - 2015 Toyota Tacoma' started by TACOmak26, Dec 9, 2019.

  1. TACOmak26

    TACOmak26 New Member

    Where can i get one from these

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    This is a sample photo
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    BTW im from Morden ,MB , Canada
     
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  3. Kenny Ching

    Kenny Ching New Member

    Hi TACOmak26, I'm Kenny Ching, in Edmn AB. I am looking for the same but preferably not from Toyota as they want an arm and a leg, for one.
    Did you buy one from Toyota as I see your post is a year old ?
     
  4. Buzz Desmarais

    Buzz Desmarais New Member

    Hey Kenny, I don't know if you still need a cord for your Toyota ... but the dippies at the dealership in gave me an extra cord that does not fit my vehicle, but it looks like it would fit your triangular profile (*** for use with Temro 911084 inlet ***).

    I also live in Edmonton, so if you still need a cord you can have it.
     

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  5. Samuel Wieler

    Samuel Wieler New Member

    so you still have this cord? I drove away with mine attached and lost it... now i cant plug my vehicle in because i need this special cord with a special plug :p i would be willing to pay the shipping if you still have it...
     
  6. Buzz Desmarais

    Buzz Desmarais New Member

    Sorry Samuel, I was able to find another guy here in Edmonton and we swapped block heater cords (because the dealership also gave him the wrong cord for his vehicle). My local Toyota dealership is asking $40+ for a new cord ... so my best bet would be Kijiji or FB Marketplace.
     

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