Question about 1989 Chevrolet Corsica
If you are referring to the freeze plugs, there are many. If you have a coolant leak, what you need to do is locate the one that is leaking. Then you'll need to remove and replace it. You may need to remove other engine accessories to access the plug. Also, all of your coolant up to the lavel will leak out when you remove the old plug, so be prepared with a catch pan. These plugs are different sizes, but the parts store can identify which size you need if you bring in the old one.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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