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My `95 Buick Century V-6 overheating. I found the problem to be a leaking freeze plug on the front head, behind the water pump. How can I get at this plug to replace it?

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There are many radiator leak stop products that will seal the leak without having to replace the freeze plug. It is the poor mans repair.

Posted on Aug 22, 2010

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