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Water leaking from a hole just below the valve cover on the drivers side. Engine did run up to 3/4 toward hot but pulled over before it got to red. I know its not the water pump, radiator. I can pour water in the radiator and will run out of this mysterious hole below the valve cover not around or throught the valve cover.

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Sounds like frost plug

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