Question about 2002 Jeep Wrangler
I was told it may be my freeze pluggs in my 1997 jeep cherokee that are the problem. any ideas on how to fix this cheaply and what else may be wrong with it?
They sell replacement rubber plugs for that. I try to only use metal ones (brass or steel) but when you cannot get into the place where the plug is, the rubber ones work out pretty well. To remove old plug, put a screwdriver on one side and smack it with a hammer. it will turn so you can grab it with pliers.
Posted on May 10, 2010
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