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How much would it take to fix/change out the freeze plug in a 1994 Ford Crown Victoria? I believe that is what is wrong with the car I have now. I know I have to remove the engine from the bell housing? What is an estimate of the costs of taking it in and getting all that done?

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The book rate for the freeze plugs is 0.5hrs labor for the 1st & 0.04hrs for each additional. That does not include the time needed to gain access to them. I'd estimate you're looking at around 5hrs minimum for access time.

I wouldn't be able to give you a "cost" estimate as I don't know what the garage would charge you labor rate wise. I know dealerships are up over $100us an hour.

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