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Old 09-06-2011, 03:59 PM   #1
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Freeze plug question

I recently replaced a leaky water pump.All went well and water pump is leak free. Now I just noticed a small leak,but not from the water pump. Its the front freeze plug on the driver side. Its only a few drops if it sits for a few days. My question is how critical is it that I fix this fast. Will it get worse quickly. Did replacing the water pump cause this,with increased pressure...? Any tips for replacing,where should I get a new one and how hard to replace. Looks like the intake would have to be removed to fix..any help would be appreciated.

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