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I have a real bad coolant leak under the rear of the motor it seems to come from between rear of motor and transmission.

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Could be a freeze plug, they are on the sides of the engine, but the coolant trails elsewhere most times. check for 4 Silver Plates in the center row of the engine sides.

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It sound like a freeze out/ engine block plug. check and make sure first also check and make sure it not heate rcore /bypass hoses leaking. Good luck and thanks for using FIX YA

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Have you checked to see if a freeze plug came out of the engine?

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