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I have a 1999 plymouth voyager 3.3 liter van that is leaking antifreeze. I assumed it was probably in one of the hoses. When I got underneath to investigate it seems to be leaking from the rear of the engine. There is a plate there that the fluid seems to be coming from.

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I am assuming by anti freeze you mean the radiator coolant.

If it is leaking from the rear of the engine then it is very likey a few of the welch plugs are leaking due to rust.

You need to replace them. Hopefully it is not the engine head gasket which can cost a lot to replace.

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