After repairing the last problem I posted about and weeks working on it myself and then my mechanic, comes a new problem. I heard it rev beautifully and so I started pouring coolant in the radiator. It started coming out from the back of the engine. I got under the car to find a hole in one of the two metal engine plugs(right side). I can't believe I still will not be able to drive this car. I bought it used AS-IS and have had to replace the COMPUTER, FUEL PUMP, REMOVE & REPAIR CYLINDER HEAD and now this! I did the head work myself and will not be using the mechanic on this either. He told me they sell hard rubber plugs to replace this one since it's almost impossible to replace them with the metal ones without removing the engine or at least many, many components. He recommended just pushing the old plug into the engine if I can't extract the old one and replacing with the rubber ones. He said he has done it many times. I once had it replaced with the metal ones but it was on an 84 Camaro back in 1988. However, that car had more room to work with in that area. Just telling my story here and hearing opinions.