how do you replace the freeze plugs? on 1995 Ford Taurus

The plug that is leaking is on the firewall side of the engine.

by in Bisbee, AZ on April 22, 2012
2 answers
ANSWER by on April 22, 2012
Is tough place for first time for the task. You just have to knock it in. Trying very hard to keep from knocking it all the way in. 1 you need it for sizing the replacement 2 it can restrict coolant flow. once you have got it out go find the replacement at parts store. Replacement will have a nut in center of rubber plug and be just about same size. Tighten it to expand it plugging the hole. Snug is usually good enough. if you happen to knock it in just move on cause your not getting it out without much wasted energy. it will survive in its new home.
ANSWER by on May 20, 2015
coolant leaking to front on driver side
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