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$1200 to replace FREEZE PLUGS ON 99 DURANGO

Midas just said it would cost $1200 to replace the freeze plugs on my 1999 dodge durango. Is that possible? The parts are like $10

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Depends on lacation and time involved in accessing the areas avoid midas and find a good local mechanic that'll not give you the run around, ask around you'll find 1

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Freeze plugs on 1999 dodge durango how do I replace the rear freeze plug


If you speak of the freeze plugs on the rear of the block, the transmission must come out to make the repair.

If if the plug is on the side of the block, most likely the plug can be replaced will out too much fanfare.

This was a known issue on the 5.2/5.9 motors. Best to replace all of them if you have to remove the trans.

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How do i change a freeze plug on a 1999 dodge durango


what is location of freeze plug? there is the standard way that you remove the old plug with a flat punch on one side of the freeze plug knocking one side in till it becomes ca-di corner then grab the other end with a pressure pliers pulling the plug out, to install i use a socket the same inside diamiter as the new plug, line new plug up to block gently tap into block until it is installed just below bevled edge,if you have limited acess you can also get an expanable rubber plug that fits suggly into freeze plug hole then tighten the bolt on outside the rubber plug that expands the plug (this is a temp fix)

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How many freeze plugs does a 2001 dodge durango have?


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1999 Dodge durango heating sucks and leaking coolant now


Smelling antifreeze indicates to me you have a crack in the heater core. Most are made of plastic. This shows yours is metal. I guessed on 2WD or 4WD and size of engine.

http://www.autozone.com/cooling-heating-and-climate-control/heater-core/spectra-premium-heater-core/979573_717836_0

Unlikely to be frost plugs unless you ran the system without antifreeze and the block partially froze. When they freeze fully, the plug pops and out and you lose all the coolant when it thaws.

Finally, this is a common problem with the Durango! As my learned colleague says, replace the thermostat as it needs to be fully open to let water flow well to the heater core.

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