Question about 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier
I have 4.3L with a freeze plug leaking on the driver side middle of the engine right behind the engine mount. i have some experience and have done freeze plugs before.
question is can this be replace with out removing the engine?. and how?
or what do you recomend
If you have enough room sure yopu can replace it as it sits. fastest way is take the doghouse of this will give you more than enough room. you either can use a freeze plug tool or you can use a impact socket that fit's the freeze plug.( do that all the time) this should solve it for yah... please rate...thanks
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