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Where do I find the freeze plug on my 90 plymouth acclaim 6 cyl?

Although my water temp guage never read above the high end of normal (it was 107 F. here) I obviously overheated yesterday.
I was aware that I needed my radiator replaced but I still had water. I had just come from emissions testing (I passed) when the engine died. I am able to start again but it runs rough and dies as if I blew a gasket.
I now have a fast water leak toward the rear of the engine but no oil in water or visa versa .??????? Is it possible I blew the freeze plug?
Thanks,
Melissa

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There are mutiple freeze plugs. There are some in the sides of your engine block as well as the rear of the block. Locations depend on what motor you have.

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