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Replace freeze plugs in 08 Ford F250 Diesel

Instructions on replacing freeze plugs on driver side. Steps in removing parts to remove motor mounts to install new freeze plug behind motor mount.

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If you remove the engine mount then you must put a jack under the engine in safe area not to damage sump etc , to get old core plug out carefully drill a hole off centre of it and prise it out , clean and check hole surface , if ok then put sicaflex type glue on new core plug and hit home to same depth the old one came out !

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To remove the left motor mount place a jack under engine just as you done it before, unbolt the mount assembly from the frame, remove the engine mount through bolts attaching the rubber insulator to the frame brackets, jack up the motor and remove the rubber insulator, then remove the engine mount brackets from frame and engine To install back, attach the engine mount frame brackets to the mounts. Tighten the nuts just enough to hold them securely, Lower the engine slowly onto the supports. Tighten the engine support nuts to 74 ft. lbs. (100 Nm). Tighten the bracket bolts to 70 ft. lbs. (95 Nm).
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SOURCE: Do I have to remove A/C parts to get at glow plugs

Yes you can remove the valve cover without touching the a/c. It's a tight fit but it can be done. Good luck.

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