Re: [DML] Mystery Coolant leak found
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Re: [DML] Mystery Coolant leak found



We have those.  They're part number 102160, $0.67 each.  The way I was 
taught to remove them, back before electricity, was to drill a hole in 
the middle of the leaky plug, run an appropriate-size sheet metal screw 
into it, and pull it out with pliars. (Maybe you don't have to drill a 
hole.) Coolant will come out.  Just tap the new one in with an old 
socket or something.
Warren at DMC



dmc_5180 wrote:
> Hey gang,
>  
> For the past year, I have had a mysterious coolant leak. I did pressure checks but nothing 
> ever seemed to show up.  Yet, I have had this constent slow loss of coolant.  Well, I think I 
> may have found the culprit.  I just removed my DMCH exhaust to have it JET-HOT coated. It 
> was one of the early systems that had the JET-HOT look a like stuff used on it. Anyway, 
> DMCH is standing behind there product and is covering the cost of recoating with Genuine 
> JET-HOT. The coolant leak appears to be a corroded freeze plug between the #4 and #6 
> exhaust ports. A visable wet seep is evident. 




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