How to Replace Freeze Plugs?

Answer Freeze plugs are expansion units inserted into the sides of engine blocks. Freeze plugs protect against damage incurred to the engine resulting from freezing. The plugs respond to a possible freeze... Read More »

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How to Replace Freeze Plugs on a 240Z?

The Nissan 240Z was produced for the American market from 1970 to 1973. It was sold with a 2.4-liter straight-6 engine. The freeze plugs can be found along the engine block. They are designed to pu... Read More »

How to Replace the Freeze Plugs on a GM 350 Truck?

Freeze plugs are small plugs placed in the side of an engine block to prevent damage in extreme cold weather conditions. When the temperature drops too low, coolant with too much water can turn to ... Read More »

How to Replace Freeze Plugs in an Auto?

Freeze plugs, also known as expansion plugs, are small, round plugs made out of metal that are installed in a variety of locations on the surface of an engine block. The main purpose of freeze plug... Read More »

How to Replace Rusted Freeze Plugs?

Do you have a coolant leak on your engine block? Most likely it's a leaky rusted freeze plug.