Either one of the heater hoses are leaking or you have a freeze plug on the side of the engine leaking.
Your 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme can use any type of SAE certified anti-freeze. If you live in and extreme climates make sure the anti-freeze meets your needs.
all depends if it's a 6cyl. or a v8.
it more depends on what year cutlass you have. I have a 1993 cutlass supreme sl coupe. it's a front wheel drive car, so the engine is turned sideways. the only fluid that would leak out of my car on the driver side is the coolent/anti-freeze. anti-freeze comes in the colors of blue, red and green. green is the most commen color for anti-freeze. but if your car is leaking green fluid, then you might have a leak either on your radiator or a hose running to or from the radiator on the passenger side, you got your power steering fluid pump, water pump, and coolent over flow tank. hope this helps. if you have anymore questions regarding your cutlass facebook me. John Cosgrove. i would be happy to help you.
to change all freeze plugs on any engine is expensive, as the engine and transmission need to be split to get at pluigs behind flywheel.sometimes the engine needs to be removed freon vehicle to get at others
It is impossible to do it you have to pull the engine
At minimum, removing the engine mounts is required to access the freeze plugs.
It would depend on which freeze plug. Some are easy and some are not.
No, it is possible to replace them in vehicle.
The heads themselves have NO freeze plugs in them. But the block/engine has 8 freeze plugs in it.
Engine oil is not going to freeze in your engine. It will get very thick but will not freeze.
If you mean the freeze plugs at the back of the block that are covered up by the bell housing, then you would have to either drop the trans or pull the engine whichever seems easier. It's usually easier to drop the trans.
With the freeze plug out it will be impossible to keep water and coolant in the engine as it will all leak out through the freeze plug hole. The engine will over heat and self destruct after a while.
You still have to remove the transmission on a van to access the rear freeze plugs.
How to change freeze plugs on 2000 expedition
I have never replaced one this model but in order to change a freeze plug you really need to pull the entire engine out and usually many of the accessories on the engine in order to pull it out with a channel lock or similar tool. than simply tap a new freeze plug in.
There are freeze plugs on the front, rear, and transmission side of the engine block.There are freeze plugs on the front, rear, and transmission side of the engine block.
the best thing to do is to pull out the engine and replace them all with brass freeze plugs because if on fails it will only be a while before you have more, and use antifreeze coolant
No, the freeze plugs are on the engine.
Freeze plugs are located in numerous places on the engine block and cylinder head assemblies. Replacement of freeze plugs is usually beyond the skill level of most amateur mechanics.
No, they are in the engine block, not in the heads. Freeze plugs are a misnomer. They are actually casting plugs.
Some heaters are in the freeze plug and hard to get at. TAke it to a garage.
there are 2 hoses going to the firewall which goes into the heater core, disconnect both and install a u-type hose to allow the anti-freeze to flow back to the motor,just make sure you put the clamps tight
If it is green in colour it is the standard anti freeze that you have seen and used on all vehicles. If it is red/brownish/pinkish/colour it is called "Dexcool".That is GM's long life antifreeze(5 years between change intervals) You do not want to wait this long .Have ENTIRE SYSTEM on car flushed every 2 years for proper maintenance
There are four freeze plugs on a 1988 5.7 liter General Motors engine. There are to freeze plugs on each side of the engine.