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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-09-04, 07:34 PM Thread Starter
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Whats up guys, i have a 93 tempo Gl with a world of problems, my biggest one is this major water leak and i have no clue where its comming from. ive checked every hose, connection and what not. ive heard from a friend that it might be a kind of freeze cap on the bottom of the block. is this possible?
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Re: Unknown water leakage

I've recently had a similar problem. For me it turned out to be a freeze plug. However mine was actually like a block heater freeze plug. It looked like a freeze plug, however had wires attached and a heater coil on the inside. Ford told me they no longer make those replacements, ended up replacing with a rubber one. I jacked my car up, and check all the plugs. Good luck.
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