post #16 of Old 10-20-2009, 01:57 PM Thread Starter
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there are freeze plugs in the side heres a pic



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post #17 of Old 10-20-2009, 01:59 PM
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pix not working. just getting a red "x"
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yeah im looking for a better picture lol

the ones on the side are simple to change
drain the coolant firts unless you want a collant bath lol
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so just drain the coolant and pop it out with a screwdriver, then pop another one in?
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here is a good write up

How to replace a car engine freeze plug
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thanks for the write up. looks like ill be doing this sometime this weekend...
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on a side note. what do you think is the best and easiest way to drain my antifreeze?...
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its still going to pour out when you pull the freeze plug but it wont be as much as if you dont drain any.

i always just pull the lower radiator hose but everyone has their own way of doing it
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i see my local auto parts has two different size plugs. do i need the 1" or 2" diameter plug?
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i belive the sides are the 2 inch id buy one of each just in case lol hell id change them all being that youll have the collant drained already
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good point. thanks for all the info.
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ok so i did the freeze plug yesterday and everything seemed fine. i got in it this morning and started driving...leaks more now the b4. the freeze plug i used was the rubber one and it didnt leak after the install. could it be that i didnt tighten the nut enough? or should i just redo it with the solid plug?
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i would use the solid plugs the rubber are really for temporary fixes
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