Question about 1998 Dodge Dakota
Antifreeze leaking out of back of motor, need to cahnge the freeze plug i believe
The frost plug wont pop unless youve frozen the truck with only water in the block, if you did and the plug went you'd know.. the rad would have blown and leak extremely. and the block plugs would do more than just trickle under pressure. and for some reason if it didnt pop but it froze then your block will be cracked. or you over heated it badly and warped the heads and now the gasket is leaking.(need more than just the gasket, also need freshly machined heads) I'm thinking you have warped heads, as your truck shouldnt have any pure unmixxed water in it unless it brokedown on you and you had to add it at which point you know you did it and should surmise that thats whear the problem stems from. Good luck Rott.
Posted on May 25, 2009
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