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There doesn't appear to be a freeze plug on the front of the block.
They are always located on the lower sides of the block.
If you can see water on the front of the engine do a visual inspection when the motor is off and cold.
Take a rag and dry off any noticeable moisture. Start the engine and let it warm up, carefully check all the areas listed below to see if you can isolate the leak.
The radiator could be leaking and dispersing coolant towards the motor while driving the car. A hose or fitting could be leaking. The intake manifold or thermostat gasket could be leaking. The water pump could be leaking at higher RPM's.
This appears to be correct, also havent known in my time using alldata for it to be wrong on any occasion so far. I trust that this is the correct fring order and wiring on distributer cap. Are you still having problem or just asking before taking on the task of a tuneup?
if you can find the resevoir for the power steering, which is supposed to be located (Driver's side in front of the engine near the ground. See that canister in front of the engine with the screw top? i had to look that up) you will be able to tell by looking at it how much is in there. usually there are some lines indicating what level you are at.
as for the transmission fluid, locate the dipstick It will be located toward the back of the engine compartment. It may be a different color than the motor oil dipstick. The transmission fluid dipstick may even have a picture or words on it. A telltale sign is that the tube the dipstick fits in is smaller than the motor oil tube.(had to look that one up as well) when you pull it out, it too will visually tell you what level you are, full, low or none. pull it out and wipe off the stick, then replace it making sure it fits all the way otherwise you won't get a correct reading. if you need to add some your owners manuel should tell you the exact kind you need if you don't have one, there should be a plate on the side of the transmission.
This is a 4 cyl transverse mounted engine, and it has 3 engine mounts one in front and one on the subframe in the backside of the block and another holds the transaxel. If you have some poping sounds when starting or hard shifing of the gears, then one or more may need replacing.
For your 2006 Impala, it would be on passenger side next to the ac condenser. It is on the bottom front of the engine. It might help if you can get under the front bumper lying down to visually confirm location.
For your 1998 Dodge Diesel, it would be on passenger side towards the back/bottom. Likewise, it might help if you can get under the front bumper lying down to visually confirm location but should also be visible looking down on the engine.
This is of course assuming that both vehicles still have the original designated engines.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.