where is the freeze plug located in a 2000 pontiac montana mini van
Left passenger side standing in the front of vehicle.
The freeze out plug itself would be inexpensive. Depending on which one needs to be replaced the labor could be very expensive, it may require engine removal.
Drivers side near firewall similar to brake master cylinder only smaller; usually with a twist off cap.
no such thing,freeze in plug
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.
There is a freeze plug located on the "passenger side" of the engine. It can be seen by jacking up the car and looking above the coolant sensor. If it is bad, antifreeze may be puddling toward the center of the car where the engine and transmission meet.
If the Fiero has a munual transmission there is a 13mm plug in the side of the transmission on the rear driverside about three quarters of the way up twards the trunk. Theres also a plug on the transmission, on the passenger sidetwards the bottom. That's also a 13mm that is a drain plug. only pull this one if your flushing the transmission. Otherwise pull the top plug and full with a 5 30 weight oil it will say on the plug what to use. Ak47pk47@yahoo.com or hit me up on my space at keffer paul@ yahoo.com
Steel or brass freeze plugs are the best ones,rubber freeze plugs are just for temporary
how many freeze plug at 1997 ford escort
there isn't just one freeze plug. there should be at least 6 to 8 freeze plugs. there should be 3 on each side of the blocks 3.1 or 3.8. and there should be 2 on the rear of the motor. have to take the tranny out to get to these. pretty sure there are not any on the front of the motor. but not 100% sure.