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85 lincoln freeze plug

Any one have an easy way to replace middle plug on drivers side

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Do you know what freeze plug needs replacing? Make sure you drain the Radiator Fluid before beginning. There will be some fluid still there behind the plug.
You may have to remove or move accessories out of the way to gain access to the freeze plug in question.
To remove I use a flat screw driver and hammer and punch a hole (****) in the center of the plug. then moving the screw driver side to side, up and down, pop the freeze plug out. Try not to push the freeze plug into the engine. You can also use a punch instead of a screw driver. You an also tap on the outer circle of the plug to break the "contact seal".
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To finish the plug setting in beyond the outside of the engine block, I use the previous removed plug's rim placed over the new rim and tap lightly until it is properly seated.
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