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I need help on locating the freeze plugs on a 6 cyl jeep cheorkee HELP!! Please
1990 Jeep Cherokee

I need help on locating the freeze plugs on a 6 cyl jeep cheorkee HELP!! Please

(1990 Jeep Cherokee)
The leak is at the driver side of the engine. When i add liquid to it it just runs out. Do i need to move any parts to get to that area?
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on November 28, 2010
You should really pressure test the system to actually watch the leak in action. If the coolant just runs out, it must be significant enough to really see the source. The freeze plugs are located in the engine block itself. I would bet you have a hose leaking more likely...but then i'm not looking at your Jeep...
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on November 28, 2010
You should really pressure test the system to actually watch the leak in action. If the coolant just runs out, it must be significant enough to really see the source. The freeze plugs are located in the engine block itself. I would bet you have a hose leaking more likely...but then i'm not looking at your Jeep...
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you dont need to move anything to get to the freeze plugs. they are easy to get out but not so easy to get back in
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