If it is a freeze plug it would not have threads. Freeze Plugs are designed to pop out of the block should the water in the block freeze. This could not happen if the plug was threaded. Hope This Helped.
It is above where the starter goes cast on the block.if the motor is in you will have to remove the starter to see the #.
Windsor castle was built in Windsor, in the English county of Berkshire. (: To elaborate on the answer above, Windsor Castle is located in Windsor, Berkshire, England (UK). Its coordinates are: 51° 29′ 2″ N, 0° 36′ 16″ W.
juice freeze somewhere above 30 degrees and 32 degrees which leaves only 33 in above
At sea level, water does NOT freeze above 32 degrees. You've been misinformed.
If you can get to it, yes. But understand that there is probably rust and corrosion elsewhere in the engine and you probably have a few corroded freeze plugs that haven't given out yet. You may need to pull the starter and exhaust manifold to get to the freeze plug, and replacement plugs are available. Once they start to go it probably won't be stopping any time soon. A good anti-freeze with a rust inhibitor is certainly worth the investment if for no other reason than it prevents freeze plug failure.
You will find the starter located right above oil filter once you remove it. right above converter pipe.
to freeze on the equator, you will have to be very high above the sea level
It might happen because of a faulty starter gasket. :)
You must remove the airbox assembly to access the starter from above
The starter selinoid is bad, selinoid is locate above the starter it self. Need to replace the starter.
It might happen because of a faulty starter gasket.
just above the starter on the front of the motor. will have to take the starter off to get to it.
It's on the starter, the starter is behind the engine above and to the left of your oil filter.
Removing the starter and exhaust manifold provides much needed access. Getting the old freeze plug out can be difficult. Sometimes you can beat one side of it with a big screwdriver or something and rotate the plug enough to get a pair of channel locks or vise-grips on it and remove it. Put a little shellac compound or similar sealant on the new freeze plug and beat it into the hole with the biggest socket that will fit into the plug. Sometimes a short extension will help.
above the starter
Why should it freeze, the ground temperature is far above -210 oC (melting point)
Windsor (×•×™× ×“×¡×•×¨) can be spelled multiple ways in Hebrew, so it would depend on how you spell it. Based on the way I've spelt it above, it would be 336.
You will need to remove the starter to see the casting number. It will be at the right rear of the motor. It's on a flat ridge just above the oil pan. The first letter and number is the year. For example; C9=1969, D9=1979, & E9= 1989
RELAY STARTER ENABLE IS LOCATED IN THE LEFT SIDE OF THE INSTRUMENT PANEL (DRIVER SIDE) ABOVE THE FUSE BOX. IS A WHITE BOX, IF U LOWER THE FUSE BOX U CAN SEE IT ABOVE IT. On the starter
The starter is located above the engine on the driver side underneath the exhaust manifold.
It is above/behind the starter. The starter must be removed in order to access the sensor to change it.
The starter is on the driver side of the engine, above the front axle assembly.
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behind the intake manifold - near the firewall above the bellhousing