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Water coming out of hole behind the head theres a plug with wires hooked above it

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May be the freeze out plug . if the plug is round about a 1/4 to3/4 of an inch thats probably it , these plugs will rot out and leak if the anti freeze concentration is too low and your coolant is rusty looking. or not maintained or changed. sometimes difficult to replace plug if there is not enough clearance to remove and install it. I hope this was very helpful. good luck

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