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Freezeplugs!!! i have a freezeplug that is rusted out. its on the passenger side . but wen me and my step dad looked at it. the water is comming from right behind the motor mount on the passenger side. what i would like to know . is there a freezeplug right behind the motor mount? thanks

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Not supposed to be But, Check it out anyway. Hopefully it is not a Cracked Block!!!!

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