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Freeze plug near the transmission has jumped out can you install another freezeplug without dropping the transmission

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If the defective Freeze Plug is located at the BACK of the engine block, then the repair must include transmission removal. It will also be necessary to remove the engine flexplate/flywheel. More detailed information can be provided when you include Make, Model, and Engine code (size).

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