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I have redone the heads on my 1996 Isuzu Trooper and have it back together. I now have a water leak between the trans and motor. Any idea and where/what now?Possibly freeze plug but where it may be located to save me some steps?

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If the heads were appreciably milled to resurface them, you may have a poor fitting intake manifold (to the head ports). If so, the manifold will require similar milling to compensate for the heads--check with the shop that did the work. This used to be a problem in the '50's when trying to hop-up OHV V-8's. Any freeze plug would be in the block, not the heads.

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