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Where is the freeze plug located on my motor?

(1994 Ford Explorer)
in Gilbert, SC on December 19, 2009
I need to know where to find the freeze plug on my motor because it is leeking antifreeze and I can't find it.
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on January 07, 2010
There are normally several, and they are on the side of the engine block. Look for the leaking coolant to locate the correct one.
on January 15, 2010
It is very likely that it is not your freeze plug, and may well be your lower intake manifold gasket. I had this exact same problem with my 94. I replaced the fiber gasket with the metal one that Ford now offers, and problem solved.
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