Question about 1999 Dodge Durango
Best way to determine that is to remove the leaking one and bring it with you to the parts store and match it up. If the one you need to replace is in an impossible location, there are rubber replacement plugs available that don't need to be driven in. If it's easily accessible, I always use brass marine replacements as they NEVER rust. To remove the old plug, put a wide blade screwdriver inside one edge and hit it with a hammer. The plug will turn sideways and you can then pull it out with pliers.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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