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.
Probably a popped freeze plug in the side of the motor block
They are on the front, back, and transmission sides of the block.
Possible freeze plug leak at rear of engine block.
yes it is, this answer is coming form a certified dodge diesel technician
They are on all sides of the motor.
It could be a freeze plug on the side of the engine block by the motor mount.
Yes there are 2
Front of the block, behind the motor mount.
At minimum, removing the engine mounts is required to access the freeze plugs.
typically they are located in the sides of the block on either side of a cylinder
The resistor block or blower motor resistor is used to control the speed of the blower motor. That is how you get the lower speeds on your air conditioning or heater. The higher the resistance the lower the speed of the motor.
You need to replace some or all of the freeze plugs.
yes but you will have to use motor plates to install it in place of motor mounts.
The starting motor for a 1996 Neon is on the side of the engine block. The starter is at the rear at the transmission.
There are 8 freeze plugs, 2 in the back of the block, 2 on each side of the block, and 1 on each side of the timing cover on the front of the block. There is 1 on each side of the block that is hidden behind the motor mounts.
It has a failed seal/gasket/freeze plug.
The Dodge Viper is unique, and unsuccessful some would say, because it has a motor unique, to itself. The V10. It makes the car nose heavy. Anyway, I do not know if Dodge calls it a big, or, small block. I do not think they classify it that way.
Behind the glove compartment on the dash.
Lower, rear, driver side of the block.
Yes, there is a freeze plug behind both mount brackets.
It is possible for coolant to leak out between the motor and transmission, if a freeze plug has been leaking. I had this problem on an old International Travelall I had. The motor will need to be pulled.
sure, just use motor plates to hold it in instead of motor mounts.