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I would like to know how to replace and install a rear freeze plug on a 1989 ford mustang. 302motor, 5.0 v-8. If you can give me step by step instructions please. Greatly appreciated! I'm really new to Mustangs and don't know much about them. Thank you. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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freeze plugs are a pain. Ussually when one goes out they all go out. But if you want to replace that one, just use a screwdriver and a hammer to the side of the plug, knock it side ways then pull it out. use a socket the same size as the freeze plug, and knock the new one in. You can us rtv sealer around the edges to get a better seal if you want.
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