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The block is very similar to the casting in the... (archive)

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Posted by michael on June 25, 2002 at 12:32:27:

In Reply to: Expansion/Freeze plugs replacement posted by Paul on June 25, 2002 at 11:40:51:

BMW 2002 engine. I HAVE changed the plugs on these several times. I do it when I do a rebuild "just to be safe". I put a little sealant on the "plug" (realy more like a bottle cap) before I tap them in. The ones on the rear of the block are hard to get to with the engine in the car. If you use good (BMW is my choice) anti-freeze, the plugs last well.

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