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On a 96 pontiac transport, where is the radiator drain valve?

I have a 96 pontiac transport, that I need to drain the radiator. Where do I find the radiator drain valve?

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On the drivers side under vehicle there is a little spout (plastic) turn it counter clockwise if this does not work undo valve hose

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