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Simply put, when water freezes, it expands. Without antifreeze, the water being pumped through your cooling system can freeze and potentially cause bigger issues with your engine block. Luckily, you can prevent your engine block from cracking with high-quality freeze plugs. When it comes time to replace your freeze plug, you can find a reliable freeze plug kit at AutoZone.
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Freeze plugs not only help prevent cracks within your interior engine, but they also reduce the likelihood of coolant leaks from starting. A cracked engine block can be a headache, but resulting leaks and spills lead to even bigger problems. These problems can occur when your freeze plug rusts, becomes faulty and can no longer function as needed. If you have a slow leak, a block seal compound could work temporarily, but even better – you can quickly look to AutoZone for a freeze plug replacement to stop the leak altogether. With a freeze plug replacement from AutoZone, you can be back on the road in no time, leak-free.
Depending on your ride, the freeze plug could be located on the side, back or underneath the engine block. Thankfully, we understand not every vehicle is designed identically, so we stock the specific freeze plug for your year, make and model. Whether you need a new Ford Explorer freeze plug, freeze plug for Camaro, or anything in between, we have you covered. Save more than just your engine block with Free Shipping on orders of $75 or more. Or, take advantage of Same Day Store Pickup to start your repair today.
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