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Freeze plug location

(1994 Ford Taurus)
in Hartsville, TN on August 15, 2009
I would like to know if I will have to remove the engine just to replace freeze plugs? I'm a single mom with limited means, I need to know what to do, cause I do most of my car work myself. Thanks
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on August 18, 2009
I believe there are several freeze plugs on your engine, so it really depends on which one is leaking. Can you see the leaking freeze plug?
on June 20, 2011
YES ON THE BACK HEAD NOT BLOCK
on April 18, 2010
wher are my freez plugs
on August 07, 2010
IF YOUR FREEZE PLUG IS TO CLOSE TO THE FIRE WALL THEY WILL TELL YOU THEY HAVE TO LOOSEN THE MOTOR MOUNTS TO GET AT IT 400DOLLARS TRY TO LOCATE IT PRETTY CLOSE GO IN SIDE THE CAR LIFT UP THE FLOOR MATS GET A DRILL DRILL A HOLE THRU. TRY TO BE HALF AN INCH SWING GET A SCREW DRIVER BANG OUT THE OLD ONE CLEAN AROUND THE HOLE SOME FREEZE PLUGS GO IN DRY IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM GETTING IN USE ALITTLE VASALINE
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