Plug on the bottom of engine

Asked by May 14, 2018 at 04:42 PM about the 2003 Lincoln Aviator Luxury AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

What is this called

15 Answers

2003 Lincoln aviator, what is the plug on the bottom of the engine called. It holds all of the fluids in. Kinda Like a pressure releave plug.



I'm not sure... There is a plug on the bottom of the engine.


The oil pan drain plug?

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No. Not that


If it doesn't look like a bolt head then at one time it was stripped out and replaced with some crazy looking plug,Is that what you have?

No it's not that plug.



take a photo and post it.

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I was told just now it's called a freeze plug


Those press into the side of the block,round silver in color.

Does this sound familiar... They called it a freeze plug


Does this cost a lot to fix. While I still need to buy a starter also.


The part cost is minimal and the labor might be high but it all depends on how hard it is to get to.

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