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95 Mustang 3.8 leter,plown rear freeze plug,does head have to be pulled to change plug,and where are the rest located

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95 ford mustang 3.8 lether,blown rear freeze plug,does head have to be pulled to replace

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You can leave the heads on, but there are a few on the back and sides of the block. You will have to remove the flywheel to get to the back ones.
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