1998 Volvo S70 "engine freeze plug" Questions

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...freeze plugs that can be installed and expanded into place with a wrench. But you still have to get to it. Depending on where it is, it may be easy to reach, or very difficult, such as on the rear of ...

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...freeze plug located The engine in your Ford Explorer has freeze plugs, also called expansion plugs, mounted in the sides of the block. Freeze plugs are supposed to protect the engine block if the ...

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...time to replace freeze plugs is when the engine block is out of the car and up on a stand. If this is not an option then digging in and replacing that one leaking freeze plug may be the only

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...seal. Freeze plugs will work when put in "dry", but they might "weep" a small amount of coolant. If the BLOCK is not cracked, There is NO reason to replace the entire engine, only the freeze

...freeze plug on an engine, there are numerous ones located all around the block and sometimes on the cylinder heads as well. Some are concealed between the engine rear and firewall, some may be ...

...oil check for bad head gasket,not for bad freez plug April is correct. The freeze plugs are on engine block about midway up the block. If any are leaking, coolant will leak or gush outside of

...engine has water instead of anti-freeze during a freezing night it could cause the water to freeze and expand and pop a freeze plug out. they have to be pressed in. the actual freeze plugs themselves ...

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engine, google freeze plug, under image. bingo. on side of engine, (no engine option stated) on front and rear, in the heads, some have them on top of heads , inside the engine. my guess someone said,

...blew a hole REplaced it and it still won't start there is still water coming from the rear of the engine? possibly a heater hose leak or maybe a freeze out plug probably a blown head

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