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I have coolent leaking out from beetween engine and tranny where could it be coming from.thank you.

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Freeze plug,, a plug located in the engine block. 2 are at the rear between the motor and transmission housing, not a fun fix by any means. the tranny has to be removed and the new softplug, (usually brass) has to be tapped back in,,

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