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Are freeze plugs needed on a 1993 ford bronco in a warm climate?

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Freeze Plugs AKA. Expansion Plugs are needed on ALL vehicles. They keep the coolant inside your engine. Yes you need them in all climates.

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To be honest NO.

If however you ever intend driving in a colder area then YES so if you were thinking of removing the heater unit dont.
I does not take any extra juice from the battery.

Also even in some hotter climates the temps can go quite low at night esp at higher altitudes

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