Question about 1991 Mitsubishi Montero
If you're referring to the freeze plugs they are hidden under the exhaust maifolds on the 3.0 V6. From my office I don't know your situation but I have never been a big fan of flushing out engine block (coolant flushes) Often times the flushes will kick up fine debris that has been lying within the block. If ALL of the debis is NOT cleared these particles will circulate within the cooloing systems and will, with time, take out the mechanical seal on your water pump; about a 5 hour fix as its driven by the timing belt. If your having big cooling issues with the block then ok I'd have at it but otherwise I'd stick to cleaning up the radiator, replacing the hoses and keep a fresh antifreeeze mix in the system.
I hope this may have assisted you,
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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