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Help finding drain plug for radiator chevy 2002 cavalier

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I have a 99 Astro & my drain plug is on the passenger side. Look for the small drain tube at the bottom of the plastic tank. The turn knob is right above it.

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SOURCE: tps sensor on a 2002 chevy cavalier

Find where the throttle cable goes the the throttle body. Now on the opposite side of the throttle body is the TPS 3 wires/plug.

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