Question about 1989 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera
This sounds like what is called a freeze plug There plugs in bolth sides of your engine block to prevent the blocking from cracking in the event that the antifreeze freezes sometimes its just a defect in the metal and one will rust out It could alos beyour heater hose they are also in that area so check them first But if it is the plug take a punch and a hammer and give it a shot on the far side of the plug and it will twist and you can pull it out with pliers Put the new one in with a socket that fits into the plug but tape it in don;t try to give it one big blow it willseal hope this helped
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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