Question about Cars & Trucks
Don't know what kind of car u have , but ive not seen a oil freeze plug on a car or truck yet , boats now they have them , no what im guessing your asking is what holds the freeze plugs in the engine block , well if u follow the factory guys then the answer is Friction pure friction, but everybody that ever installed them uses a touch of rtv to seal them in ,it does take a special tool to install them without damaging them , and theres two schools of thought on what direction they go , some say dish side in some say dish out , me I say dish out , but that's me .
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