there are several freeze plugs. they are along both sides of block and at rear of block behind the flywheel
Below the exhaust manifolds between the manifolds and the top of the oilpan.
there are three oil galley plugs behind the timing chain, and three freeze plugs on each side of the block on the outside. One water drain on each side of the block on the outside. and three oil galley plugs on the back of the block, under the bellhousing/flywheel. and one oil galley crossover under the intake in the lifter valley.
Obviously- the spark plugs were not the issue :)
a 96 Mazda pickup
There are six freeze plugs
The freeze plugs on the 1994 Ford Ranger have locations that vary slightly depending on the engine choice. On most trucks the freeze plugs are on the engine block below where the spark plugs are located.
No, they are in the engine block, not in the heads. Freeze plugs are a misnomer. They are actually casting plugs.
up your arse !
There are 3 plugs on each side of the engine.
there are freeze plugs on side of engine if the leak is at the front, check to see if coolant is leaking from water pump and running down to bottom of engine
Were are the freeze plugs
on the engine block
do I have to drain the water and oil first before I remove the freeze plug
in the heads
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.