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Subject says it all. My Venue didn't come with a block heater. Want to install it if an easy task.
 

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I assume you don't have remote start so you can't pre-warm your Venue?

I'd help you, but I don't have a need to put one in Cali Weather.
 

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I live in Canada where in the winter it can get to -30 to -40 Celsius in Jan/Feb so block heaters are usually standard. I do have remote start but if the Venues oil is at -30 or -40 it can be hard on the engine. The block heater heats the oil at night so it is easy to star in the mornings. I bought the Venue in a warmer province and drove it home 1500 kms. So if can find its location i will install.

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Apropos of nothing, but did you know that -40 Celsius is the same temperature as -40 Fahrenheit? It's something we can all come together on.
 

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Here is a pic of the heater. I'm not sure of it's location. Maybe someone on here that has one can follow the cord and post a pic of the location. It is a cartridge type so shouldn't be a difficult install, if you can find a compatible aftermarket unit . The Hyundai Canada website lists it for $217.58 installed.
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Found it...easy job...the block heater needs to be coated with silicone grease and inserted into the well until the clip clicks to hold it in place.
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I'm pretty sure a Kat's 118402 or a Zero Start 3100111 will fit, double check to be sure. I think the Hyundai original part comes with the silicone grease.
 

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Awesome thanks for the information. Which part online fits the 2021 Venue?
 

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I live in Canada where in the winter it can get to -30 to -40 Celsius in Jan/Feb so block heaters are usually standard. I do have remote start but if the Venues oil is at -30 or -40 it can be hard on the engine. The block heater heats the oil at night so it is easy to star in the mornings. I bought the Venue in a warmer province and drove it home 1500 kms. So if can find its location i will install.

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Greetings from the East Coast of Canada, Newfoundland , where we can get pretty cold and terrible winter weathers well. thank you for posting this, I would like to ask you directly, or any other Venue driver in Canada, what size winter tire/rim setup are you running?
 

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Greetings from the East Coast of Canada, Newfoundland , where we can get pretty cold and terrible winter weathers well. thank you for posting this, I would like to ask you directly, or any other Venue driver in Canada, what size winter tire/rim setup are you running?
Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia here. I'm running stock rims and 185/65/15 tires right now. Picked up a set of 4 used 15" steely rims and bought a cheap set of winters from Canadian Tire, same size as stock. They were on sale and the reviews looked good so I took a chance. This will be the first set of winters I've ever run on a car so I'm sure they will feel great, coupled with snow mode I should be unstoppable...lol.
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