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Leaks water form back of engine as soon as i can fill it

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You say as soon as you fill it, I'm guessing you talking about the coolant? I would check the coolant lines sounds like one has a hole in it. Let me know how that goes then we can go from there


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Have you checked to see if the freeze plug has rusted out? You might be able to use a mirror to help see it. It is a round circle piece of metal. They rust out.

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