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3.0 zulcan eng. front freez plug , told engin would have to be removed?

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There doesn't appear to be a freeze plug on the front of the block.
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I keep getting a notice that the #2 and #4 cyclinder is misfiring. I went to change the plugs, but could not locate them from the top of the engine. Where are the plugs located at?


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