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Water leaking behind oil pan on a 95 chevy camaro-3.4L

Looks like a reservoir between the oil pan and the transmission pan that holds water. right between that and the transmission pan leaks water. My question is ''I would like to know if there is a freeze plug in that area and is that the only one in that type of motor?''

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  • Anonymous Apr 27, 2009

    REPLACED RADIATOR ,,,HOSES,,, LEAK SEEMS TO BE COMMING OUT ON THE BACK PART OF THE MOTOR,,ITS A 95 CAMARO 3,4L,,IS THE MOTOR BAD? GASKET PERHAPS?

  • etwpgh May 25, 2009

    I also have a 95 3.4 that wont even hold water.. could be a freeze plug, hose or worse? seems to be coming out from under the motor..

  • Angelo Attard
    Angelo Attard May 11, 2010

    is it leaking from the rear of the intake gasket or hose

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If I rember correctly, there are two freeze plugs in the back of the block, behind the flywheel. They generally dont go bad often because they are pretty much protected. As that angelo guy said, more likely a hose or rear of intake gasket, but you have to look, from here I can't see it!!!

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