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Old 09-03-2009, 09:14 AM
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Hey i need the freeze plug locations on my 94 3.4 camaro. I was driving last night and i think i shot 1. Luckily got it home this time. Its better than working on the side of i-295
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Old 09-07-2009, 10:37 AM
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i am showing 6 in the block in my parts book. does not say where... i think one on each side and two on each end but could be three in back and one in front. im sure its in one of these books but cant find. there are two or four in each steel head. hard to tell from the diagrams. my lt aluminum heads dont have soft plugs.
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hey thanks for the reply, but i got it fixed. it was on the left side of the engine between the headers and oil pan, luckily the plug shot out and didnt break!! Some people say u need to drop the block to fix this. THEYRE WRONG!!!!
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