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Could be from the intake manifold or a frost plug, pressurize the cooling system and use a mirror to check the rear of the engine, check the intake at the head and the frost plugs at the back of the engine, if you can.t find it get under the car and try again, it may be leaking between the bell housing and the block, then removal of the trans will be necessary

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