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Freeze plug locations

I have the OHV 4.0. I replaced a few freeze plugs on the drivers side last week, and now I noticed that it's leaking again, it doesn't look like it is coming out the ones I replaced, but from one that may be behind the drivers side motor mount. Does anyone know if there really is one behind the motor mount before I go and take it off? Or Should I start looking higher for a plug that may be leaking above it.


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There is one behind the motor mount but it can be accessed thru the wheelwell and replaced.
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At least it could on my explorer
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