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Is there another leak in your cam plug? That just means that it's deteriorated and useless already. But if you're thinking twice about spending some money again over a new one, don't. Yes, these times are rough but you wouldn't want this problem to worsen and create further damage to your engine, right? Engine replacement is way more expensive than installing a new cam plug. that's why it's more convenient and practical for you to get a new replacement. The best thing about this component is it's made from high-quality material that's extremely hard wearing and long lasting, making it a good investment to your vehicle. What's more, it's a direct fit to your vehicle, so you can easily install this part to your engine right away. So save yourself from another repair fee and get your new cam plug here at Auto Parts Warehouse where we offer top-of-the-line auto parts and accessories from top aftermarket manufacturers. And of course, we know you're tight on budget; that's why we offer big discounts so that you can get this item at a very affordable price! So buy this part today and grab the amazing deals we offer at Auto Parts Warehouse!
Date Published: July 30,2014
Cam Plug: Plug That Engine Oil Leak, Permanently
Oil is a very essential part of your engine's inner workings. Having it everywhere else is never a good thing. With your camshaft constantly rotating, it's only natural that it will keep spewing oil everywhere. Now, if you start to find oil everywhere else but the engine, you may need to check your engine's cam plug. Let this guide help you find the right one for your vehicle.
Know your camshaft
In a way, the cam plug's size depends entirely on the size of your camshaft. That, in turn, depends on the size of your engine. So the first critical step to picking out a cam plug is to identify its size relative to your engine. One way you can do this is to bring your cam plug when you shop for a replacement. That's good if you're shopping in a store, but what it you want to shop online?
All parts are assigned a part number that is fairly standard in the industry. Apart from helping to identify and catalog the part, it also allows you to match, for example, the cam plug to the engine that it will fit into! This is especially useful when you shop online.
Choose the right fit
When it comes to cam plugs, you have the choice of going for an OEM plug or a replacement. At first, it seems like a throw up between superior and sub-standard quality. That may have been the case years ago, but replacement parts are increasingly becoming competitive. OEM plugs are more expensive simply because of the name attached to them. Replacement parts are just as good, some are even better.
Whether you're an OEM-loyalist or want to save up a bit by getting replacement, look for a plug that is polyurethane. Not only is it more durable, but it lasts longer too!