Re: [FWDLK] 325 Engine Freeze Plugs
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Re: [FWDLK] 325 Engine Freeze Plugs



There is a tool available, with various sized ends on a ball socket and a long bent handle.
Get the plug started in the hole and then you can drive it by hammering on the end of the handle.

Also, use Marine Brass freeze plugs for a forever fix.
Ray

On Sat, Jun 10, 2017 at 4:15 AM, Larry Ashbaugh <000003991ab8a71e-dmarc-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
It appears that I have a leak form either the right (passenger) side of the engine or the rear.  Assume it is a freeze plug that has rusted through.  Will try to crawl under it tomorrow and check if I can see the problem.
 
How difficult is it to replace the side or rear freeze plugs, and are they available or the same as other Mopar small-block freeze plugs?
 
I am trying to get one of my 57 Coronets ready to sell as health concerns (upcoming surgeries) will require that I "thin the herd".  My 57 D500 will be next, along with the 58 Coronet, a 73 Charger and some others.  Hope to keep the 59 Coronet if possible.
 
Best laid plans sometimes go astray in the blink of an eye.
 
Larry (Akron)

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