freeze plug on 1991 Ford Explorer

hello, Iam buying a 1pp1 ford explorer, but it has a freeze plug leak. Can I still drive the car with coolent in radiator, and how can i replace the plug, in the near future? ty Neil Moss

by in Coos Bay, OR on September 25, 2009
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ANSWER by on September 25, 2009
You should be OK driving your 1991 Ford Explorer on short trips as long you keep the coolant in the radiator full. Freeze plugs can be easy or very difficult to replace depending on there location. Some are accessible and other will need to have components moved out of the way to gain access.
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