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Where are the freeze plugs located on a 2000 Plymouth breeze

I have a coolant leak and I am sure it's a freeze plug. I found two plugs and it's not one of them.

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Two on each side of the engine. Two in between the engine and transmission. The others are in the head. Front and back. these leak to muck oil to be freeze plugs. Unless you ran threw winter with no antifreeze. Where is the leak coming from? front or back?

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