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There are plugs on both the driver's and passenger's side of the engine block and both cylinder heads [outboard side of each head]. There are also several plugs located in the rear of the block. The transmission must be removed to access these rear plugs. You should have changed your antifreeze more often! Charlie
There is a Freeze plug. Located at the rear of the engine.Also approx six more on the block. You will need to remove the tranny to replace it, The replacement part costs $5.00 The labor should be about 2-300 Go to a local tranny shop not AAmco They will rip you off. Change all the freeze plugs at the same time. If one is going out the others will follow soon. Do it soon. John
ha . you will have to dran it from the bottem.you will have to pull the hose. whitch is on the right side if i rember correctly. it would be a good i dear to get the van up on a lift or car ramp ok . good luck
the oil filter is located under the vehicle usually on the engine block
towards the front of the vehicle, sometimes they can be on the rear of
the engine block as well. if you take a look under the car and look up
into the engine bay you will find it! you need to jack the front end up
and make sure you have the car on jackstands with the parking brake on.
in case you didn't know, you also have to remove the drain plug and let
the old oil out. drain plug is located on the oil pan. any other
questions, just ask!
Not 100% sure but if you look up under exhaust manifold area, on block,is usually a common place. Simple hex head plug into block on most. Are you sure just pulling lower rad hose, and thermostat housing off won't get you where you need to be?