How to Install Concave/Convex Disc Type Freeze Plugs?

Answer Water expands when it freezes, and freezing water can crack solid metal containers if no expansion room is available. For this reason automotive engines contain replaceable "freeze plugs" which all... Read More »

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How to Install Freeze Plugs?

The installation of freeze plugs can be a fairly simple task. There are very few steps and minimal effort involved. This is a useful skill to have because regular maintenance on your car's freeze... Read More »

How to Install Automotive Freeze Plugs?

Freeze plugs, also called core plugs and expansion plugs, are castings holes in the engine block that serve two purposes. First, they provide a way to remove the sand that's used to create cooling ... Read More »

How to Remove & Install Freeze Plugs?

A freeze plug is found in several different places, depending on the make and model of your vehicle. It will always be found on the engine block. If a freeze plug is leaking, it is easy to find by ... Read More »

How to Install Freeze Plugs in '94 to '98 Mustangs?

The 1994 Ford Mustang was the first major redesign for the vehicle in 15 years. Part of that design was a 3.8-liter V8 engine that came standard. Six freeze plugs were located around the engine blo... Read More »