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Engine coolant is leaking from behind the flywheel continuiously on my 1995 mercury cougar. Can this be repaired with minimal cost and how would it be done?

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Find out exactly where it is coming from. Sometimes there are coolant lines that go behind tight spots.

Posted on May 28, 2011

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Try hard to locate the leak. Cuz it might be the freeze plugs.

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