Question about 1994 Toyota 4Runner
"Back of motor" is ambiguous. If it is from the engine block or from the head or gaskets you should be albe to see it. If you mean from the back of the engine compartment, it is probably a leaking heater core (or leaky hose mounts or valves) in that region around the blower fan. In most cars they are not very accessible components but it is feasible for a DIY with a good instruction. I've done it several times on Saabs and Volvos, it is getting easier once you get a hang of how much you can bend AC hoses and stuff without causing damage... :) Google "heater core instruction" for your car model and I'm sure you will find useful instructions. Good luck!
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