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Which one the back or the front ones. it is a big job,and if you need the back ones will have to pull the motor

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Hello and thanks for the question...I'll try to help.
Freeze plugs are cheap and CAN NOT be reused. You'll need to buy some new ones. They are press fit. When installing them ONLY TAP ON THE OUTER EDGE......not in the center, you'll collapse them if you do.there is no sealant required when installing them.
there are also after market rubber plugs for those tough to reach frost plug holes you can buy. they are inserted and then you tighten a bolt to spread the rubber to seal the hole. I've seen then here in Canada in a red and white package, the name on the product is "HELP" .......they also provide things like window winder handles door panel clips etc....... i did a Google search on them with no luck though.
If there is nothing else wrong with your car i would definitely repair the frost plug problem............its an inexpensive repair and definitely cheaper than buying another car.
Hope this helps,....good luck!

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