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Do I need to pull the transmission to replace freeze plugs in the 1989 crown Victoria?

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    paulmacintyre Apr 25, 2015

    There are several freeze plugs located throughout the engine block. There will be one or two located on the back side of the engine and the transmission will have to be removed to access these if they are leaking

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Depends which freeze plugs your changing. if its the ones at the rear of the heads or back of motor being covered by the bell housing then yes it has to be pulled.

Posted on Apr 25, 2015

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it should under the lid of the fuse box and in the owners manual if no manual try here for one online www.edmonds.com

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Under the dash on the passenger side, pull it off after draining the radiator fluid from hoses that connect to it from the motor. Do it cold too

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From the engine compartment, unlock the 3 tabs that are over the headlight housing area. Remove the cover and unscrew the plastic ring that has the wires protruding from it. Carefully pulls the light fixture out of the housing. Pull the 2 L-shaped tabs up and remove the lens section. Reverse the steps to re-install the headlight. If replacing the full turn signal housing, unscrew 2 screws from each light , disconnect bulb wiring and remove. Replace accordingly.

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