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Where are the freeze plugs located on a 2000 Plymouth breeze

Two on each side of the engine. Two in between the engine and transmission. The others are in the head. Front and back. these leak to muck oil to be freeze plugs. Unless you ran threw winter with no antifreeze. Where is the leak coming from? front or back?

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Where do I locate the freeze plugs

Hi JT,here's a link to your freeze plugs,they are on both sides of engine. Freeze Plug at AutoZone com Best Freeze Plug Parts for Cars Trucks SUVS

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How to change freeze plug out in chevy silverado 93 model

Only one way to change engine or head freeze plugs: hit them with a sharp object to puncture them, then pry them out tilted. You have to have enough room to do this, otherwise you will not be able to tap a new one in it's place!

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Does a 2000 chevrolet silverado 1500 have a freeze plug?

YES all engines have them they are actually casting plugs used when building the blocks so can have water jackets have been termed freeze plugs because they will tend to blow out if water freezes but not always

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Need too find where knock senor plugs in to for a 2000 chevy silverado 1500 5.3 the sensors r located under manfold

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2000 Silverado 1500: location of fuel presure regulator...

The regulator is on the fuel rail on the driver side of the motor. Look for a vacuum line that plugs into the top of the regulator. If you suspect yours is bad, with the engine shut off pull the vacuum line off. If gas runs out then the regulator is bad.

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On the back side of your motor... On top there is a aluminum coolant hose that has a nylon fitting in it. Make sure it isnt weaping. It will run down the back of your block. The other thing it may be is a frost plug behind your transmission bell housing. This would require pulling the transmission to replace the plug, Check the hose first. Good luck

Oct 28, 2009 | 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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