Question about 1990 Plymouth Acclaim
Although my water temp guage never read above the high end of normal (it was 107 F. here) I obviously overheated yesterday.
I was aware that I needed my radiator replaced but I still had water. I had just come from emissions testing (I passed) when the engine died. I am able to start again but it runs rough and dies as if I blew a gasket.
I now have a fast water leak toward the rear of the engine but no oil in water or visa versa .??????? Is it possible I blew the freeze plug?
There are mutiple freeze plugs. There are some in the sides of your engine block as well as the rear of the block. Locations depend on what motor you have.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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