"G.A. Chaussee" <gc4n@virginia<img src=/i/de.gif border=0 width=35 height=15>> wrote:
> The stuff you want to get is called J-B Kwik Weld. It's good up to 300 F, I believe.
> You can get it at Auto Zone or Advance or Pep Boys or wherever.
> I did my coil pack about 20K miles ago and there hasn't been any problem since.
I guess since people are recommending J.B. Weld, it will do the job.
Personally, I am a bit leery about using JB Weld. I used it to (try
to) fix the leak in my EGR valve. JB Weld seems to be too brittle and
doesn't stick too well to the plastic EGR valve. I cleaned the valve
to a fare-thee-well, too, before applying JB Weld. After a while, the
JB Weld separates from the valve in one location, resulting in a leak
again. I would go with something that might be more flexible, like the