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Where is the freeze plug on my 91 honda accord

I have coolant leaking from the back side of my engine on my 91 honda accord. i cant see exactly where its leaking from but doing a little research, ive found out that it might be the freeze plug. im just not sure where its located on my engine

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    where is the freeze plug exactly located if leak is coming from around the fly wheel?

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The only plug that I am aware of is at the bottom of your rad.

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