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I have a Hyundai elantra 1997 model and its leaking water at the wedge plug what can I do to fix it

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There is only one way . Remove it and replace it with a new one. after you get it out check if it is rusted if so replace the others , other wise they will leak later on . fill with new coolant to stop future trouble. If you search around you may find some brass plugs they wont rust out.

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