On the side of the block. It is actually not a freeze plug. This is a myth. It is actually a casting plug used to remove the sand during casting. There is no need to replace unless it is leaking. If so then it is simple replacement. Getting to it is the hard part. I suggest you take this to a trusted mechanic.
Replace freeze plug in a 1998 ford windstar ?
Squeeze the locks on the sides of the plug.
1997 olds achieva remove starter and wire plug got pulled out and we cant find where it goes? help?
take a large screw driver and a hammer tap the old freeze plug in the block,replace it with a rubber freeze plug.tighten the rubber freeze plug with a wrench..the metal freeze plug that you pushed inside the block will not hurt anything..hope this helps!!!!
How do you replace freeze plug 1999 Ford Taurus?
how much does a mechanic charge to replace a freeze plug on a chevy el camino 8.0
It would depend on which freeze plug. Some are easy and some are not.
There is a freeze out plug behind it that seals the water jacket up. REPLACE freeze plug.
Listed under the hood on a placard and in your owner's manual. .060 is the gap on a 2.4 liter
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.
There are about 8 freeze plugs which one is leaking?
The engine will leak out coolant/antifreeze from the freeze plug area. Freeze plugs can be replaced, it may take a lot of work to replace one but they are made to be replaceable. It is not advisable to drive any vehicle with a blown freeze 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, .
use a screwdriver to pop the old freeze plug out. Be careful not to score the surrounding metal. Fit the new plug into place then tap gently around it to seat the plug.
It depends on where the freeze plug is. Some Are on the back of the motor requiring the transmission to be removed. Once you can see it you can take it out with a screwdriver and it is easier to replace with a rubber one rather than a metal one.
you take the old one out and replace it with the new one... hope this helps
If you have a (casting plug) or what is commonly called a (freeze plug) that is leaking the only repair is to replace it.
When a freeze plug is damaged, coolant can leak from the vehicle. Using a screwdriver, roll the lip of the plug over toward the middle, being careful not to scratch the sidewall. Grab the lip with a pair of pliers and twist the plug out. Use a hammer to tap in the new plug.
the block heater takes the place of your freeze plug, in this case you would need to locate and remove the correct freeze plug and replace it with the block heater plug, plug in the cord and route to appropriate location, done
no such thing,freeze in plug
If you are standing in front of the car. It is underneath of the drivers side.So you have to replace drain plug from under car.
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.
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.