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I beleve the rear freeze plug is leaking on my 94 lincoln towncar water is pouring out fron under the car at the real of the engine between the engine and transmission it does this if the car is running or not is it a freeze plug and how much should i expect to pay to fix it

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  • ccarothers23 Jan 12, 2009

    oh sorry its on the right side when facing the engine on the drivers side


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Well it could be the plug but most likly not as you are facing the engine on teh left side by the fire wall there will be a few coolant hoses check all of them for leaks

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