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Old March 26th, 2015, 04:19 PM
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Freeze plug/exspansion plug replacement

While I have my 3.9 on an engine stand I might as well replace the freeze plus. Any recommendation on type (copper?) and I need to verify the size needed.
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If you check the sticky in this forum you'll find a part number reference.....with that you'll not need to know the dimensions?

If you have a wee peep for 'core plugs' that's 'English' for same.

I trust this will assist somewhat

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If you check the sticky in this forum you'll find a part number reference.....with that you'll not need to know the dimensions?

If you have a wee peep for 'core plugs' that's 'English' for same.

I trust this will assist somewhat

All the best.

Thanks for the guidance.

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They are cheap from Land Rover, there is a specific loctite part number to use to install.
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They are cheap from Land Rover, there is a specific loctite part number to use to install.
As from the dealership?
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