Q: Coolant leak somewhere bad

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The coolant leak is bad and drains right out of the resolver when I had the truck running it'd just shot out all over the transmission and the back of the motor I couldn't figure out where it was leaking from cause it was shooting out to fast well I gave up and came back the next day opened up the resolver and it began leaking out again so I thought maybe it was the pipe threw the valley under the intake and I was wrong please help me I don't know what else it could be all my freeze plugs seem to be there and still look good as far as I know but I ain't the best at this and my truck running for work any ideas

My car has 168750 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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