Question about 1992 Chevrolet C1500
What are you calling a freeze plug???do you mean core plug ,the metal plug in the side of the cylinder block /head.queens english please before we send the gunboats.these metal plugs are used to block the holes which have been left to remove the casting sand.Well these only tap in no problen their ,its just that sometimes you have to remove a lot to get at them.Always remove the old one first and take it to parts shop as sizes can vary depending on the manufacturer.What might be specified is not always the case in pratice.production running slow ,quality control is overidden and a larger one fitted.Always remember to refill with 50% antifreeze and thats about it.best of british with getting to it in though.I changed some on a fiat tempra this week what a lousy job ,had to remove the manifolds and water pipe talk about a knuckle banging job
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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