How do you get the freeze plugs out of the back of engine block after you take the transmission out is there a special tool that you have to get them out with or WHAT?
Take a punch and drive one side of the plug inward. Then grab the other side of the plug with pliers and remove it.
There is 2 freeze plugs between the rear of the engine and the transmission. The freeze plugs are in the back of the engine block. Do not bother the big plug that is in the center of the block, That is the cam plug NOT A FREEZE PLUG. YOu will either have to pull the transmission are the engine to replace those 2 plugs.
Do you have to remove the engine to replace freeze plug on a 1982 GMC diesel stepside pickup 1600 Sierra 6.2 liter 350 8-cylinder engine?
Why would water be coming out the back of your 1987 Dodge 318 motor are there freeze plugs in the back of the block?
When the engine is removed from the engine compartment, and detached from the transmission, there are freeze plugs on the back side of the engine. You may be able to just disconnect the engine from the transmission, and loosen the motor mounts and lift the engine partially away to replace the freeze plugs.
Where are the freeze plugs or expansion plugs located at on a 1987 Trooper 2.3 Liter with manual transmission?
Why does water or coolant leak from between the motor and transmission on a 1995 3.8 wind-star engine?
How do you fix a water leak between the engine and the manual transmission on a dodge Ram 1500 truck?
You either have to remove the transmission from engine or vice-versa. The engine block has freeze plugs in rear that rust out through time,( lack of antifreeze makes them rust out faster) try replaceing them with brass freeze plugs, there much better then metal. You will have to remove pressure plate, clutch, & flywheel to access freeze plugs.
On a Ford 4.0 liter EFI , V6 engine ( Over Head Valve / pushrod design ) There are ( 3 ) on each side of the engine block ( I assume there is 1 or 2 on the rear of the engine block , where the transmission bolts to the engine ) I believe that each cylinder head has 1 on the front and 1 on the rear )
There are 8 of them. 2 in the back of the engine block were the transmission bolts to the engine. 2 On each side of the engine block just below the heads, 1 on each side is behind the motor mounts and you can't see them. There is also 2 on the front of the engine, 1 on both sides of the timing cover up front.
There are 2 in the BACK of the engine block,between the transmission and engine. There is 2 on each side of the engine block just below the heads and 2 of those are hidden behind the motor mounts. There is also 2 in the front of the engine that you can't see until you remove all the brackets on the front. That makes 8 all together.
What if your 1992 Chevy silverado is leaking engine coolant from the top of the engine just below the distrubutor what is leaking?
There is a heater hose that goes to the left rear top side of the intake manifold and that fitting leaks engine coolant sometimes and it will run down the back of the intake around the distributor. If that fitting is not leaking then the intake manifold gasket is leaking coolant in the corners of it. REplace the intake gasket. That's all that can leak coolant on that year engine. If coolant is leaking out…
Sorry, But Chevy heads don't have freeze plugs in them. Never did. The engine block has 8 plugs in it. 2 in the back where the fly-wheel is, 2 on each side of the block, and 2 in the front of the block on both sides of the timing cover. 1 of the plugs on each side of the block is hidden behind the motor mounts. You can't get to the one's on the back…
If it is motor oil in the anti freeze, then it is either a cracked head, cracked engine block, or a head gasket blown. If it is transmission fluid in your antifreeze, then the radiator is leaking from the transmission cooler ----- although usually that would cause antifreeze to be in your transmission fluid.