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There should be several in the block, but there may only be two sizes.

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why ask this? if they are bad , the leak antifreeze, out side engine
or inside. both are obvious. green on ground, or engine oil
looks HORRID, like milk chocolate shake,
answer, there are core plugs (aka, freeze misnomer) are all over the engine, google freeze plug, under image. bingo.
on side of engine, (no engine option stated) on front and rear, in the heads, some have them on top of heads , inside the engine.

my guess someone said, check the freeze plugs. right?
to what question?

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They make a temporary repair kit for freeze plugs. Go to your local auto parts store and ask for one. It is a piece of rubber with a bolt that goes thru it. You put it inside the whole in the freeze plugs then tighten it down and the rubber expands to fill the hole. This repair should last a while and it is cheap.

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'95 Dodge van 318 freeze plugs. Are there any on the front of it?

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Freeze Plugs

Freeze plugs are generally pried out and pounded in, although some are available that seal by squeezing a rubber piece between washers. Use 2 wrenches to tighten these. All generally available at auto parts stores.

The real problem is often getting to the leaking freeze plug. Some are on the lower sides of the block with plumbing and accessories blocking access. There are also some on the rear surface of the block, which usually require separating the transmission from the engine to replace.

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