Question about 1984 Ford F 150
To change the freeze plug.
Use a flat bottom punch to drive in one side of the plug. The plug should twist in the opening, grab the with a pair of vise grips or channel locks and pry it out of the block or head.
To install the need freeze plug. You'll need something to drive it in straight all at the same time, a large dowel, an inverted socket on an extention, ect...
Apply an even bead of hard setting gasket sealer around the edge of the plug then gently drive it in until the plug edge is just below the outer surface of the block or head. Wait 24 hours before adding fluid for the gasket sealer to set and your all done changing the plug.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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