My 1994 Ford Ranger has a bad freeze plug. I tried to remove old and replace it but don't have enough room to work. Its on the passenger side towards the front of the engine. Do I need to pull the engine to fix this?
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Looks like you need to replace the coolant temperature sensor for the computer. This will make the engine run rich all the time. You can simply check it with a scan tool with live data capability. With the engine warm read the engine coolant temperature. My guess is it will read very cold even with the engine warm. If so replace it and the truck will be running like new
Not a hard job it will take a lil money tho u need the steel line long enough to reach from master cylinder to the wheel then just run the line along the old line I wouldnt remove the old line from clips unless you want to end up replacing them all. Securing the new line with zip ties will work
There are freeze plugs in the Block usually under the exhaust manifolds where they are hard to see from top side and also there are freeze plugs in each head, which ones are leaking ? If you get the old one/ones you can replace with rubber expanding ones which don't have to be hammered in.
There is a rubber plug on the bottom of the transmission bellhousing. Remove the plug and look in to see if the slave cylinder is leaking. If yes the transmission will need removed to replace it. While you are there, check the clutch disc and pressure plate and replace as needed.