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Old 05-17-2019, 09:30 AM
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I had all sorts of fun changing out the casting plug in the rear of the drivers side head....

Some said they cut a hole in the firewall but I was NOT going to do that.

Ended up using a battery powered ratchet to put a large self tapping screw in the casting plug. Put some vice grips on the screw then used a small pry bar to pop it out. Was able to use a small sledge hammer to tap tap tap tap it back in.
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