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sides of the block, below the heads and behind the flywheel..plug.

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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
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Expert:  Bob replied 8 years ago.
Hello, this motor has freeze plugs in both sides of the block, below the heads and behind the flywheel. Depending on which ones you need to access, sometimes components must be removed from the motor to get to them. In the case of the flywheel one, you need to remove either the engine or transmission from the car to remove the flywheel to get to the plug. If you have a coolant leak, don't over look some of the other popular places on this motor, like the intake gaskets , the water pump and the bypass pipe gasket. Thanks