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Where are the freeze plugs at on a ford 1989 pickup?

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2007-02-07 13:43:39
2007-02-07 13:43:39

freeze plugs are located along sides of block and at rear of block behind the flywheel

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There are multiple freeze plugs but mostly down both sides of the block. If you have a leaky freeze plug, you need to find out which one. Some are easy to get to and some are impossible without removing the engine.


NO SUCH THING. They are CORE plugs used to make the castings.


They are on the sides of the engine block.


On the block itself, there are multiple locations.


On the sides of the engine block and possibly on the rear of the block.


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Yes. There is at least one large freeze plug behind the flywheel. In some cases, there are two smaller ones to the side of the one big one. There are also freeze plugs on each end of both cylinder heads (if a 351 Windsor).


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