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I have a leak on the back of the engine leaking coolant. It appears to be a repture hole like you find on the water pump. What could this be

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  • maaakstt Jul 17, 2008

    have similar problem with 87 trooper. water leaks out to about the level of the freeze plugs (about 2 inches below the head gasket). is there another freeze plug facing the bell housing?- help!

  • Anonymous Aug 26, 2008

    1995 Isuzu Rodeo leaking at back of engine seems to drip from bell housing when engine off constant drip does not drip when running

  • Rodeo Rider Sep 20, 2008

    I have the same problem, and was able to get the leak stopped with some stop leak. I'm sure this only a temp solution, and would like to know what the permanent solution is.

  • davidgoliath Sep 24, 2008

    I have the same problem too. Just replaced the water pump and timing belt so no problem there... I cant pinpoint the leak, but It appears to be coming from the back of the engine, i find coolant dripping off of the back of the oil pan. 
    What is a good method to use to find the leak?

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Normally engines have welsh plugs in the rear of the heads and block.

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