Question about 1997 Dodge Ram 1500 Club Cab
You can drill a hole in the defective plug so you can pry it out .. then press in a new one .. clean mating surfaces and if there is any nicks use hi temp liquid gasket material .. you can tap in the new plug by using a large socket .. make sure it goes in straight .. you can also temporarily repair the leak if you can find it . .. by using high temperature epoxy sticks or JB weld ... the big problem will be finding a way to get at the plug .. maybe from under might be easier ..
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