A bad freeze plug will leak coolant and cause the engine to overheat.
Locate the bad freeze plug and remove parts that impede the facilitation of reaching the plug. Take a screwdriver and hammer out the old plug. Replace the plug with either a regular plug (a socket that fits the inside of the freeze plug helps) or a rubber expanding freeze plug.
Need to know the engine size so we can tell you correctly.
no such thing,freeze in plug
There are 8 freeze plugs. If you have a bad one it's where the coolant is leaking from the engine block or a cylinder head, .
The steel freeze plug is better than a brass freeze plug. This is because the steel freeze plug can withstand high temperature from the engine block. Moreover, the steel freeze plugs usually fit very well.
If it is leaking around the old one.
Freeze plugs are designed to try to save the engine block if your anti freeze isn't strong enough. When you put straight water in your radiator, and the temp gets below freezing, the water freezes, and the freeze plug is supposed to pop out. If your freeze plug popped out, but had adequate antifreeze, it wasn't installed properly--There are usually 6 to 8 plugs on the block/heads
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Steel or brass freeze plugs are the best ones,rubber freeze plugs are just for temporary
Expansion plug, or core plug.
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