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you may find that the flasher unit is faulty & needs to be replaced,it is both turn signals & emergency flashers it under the dash on drivers side is could be either a round or square unit with a connector plug on the top ......hope this helps .....cheers.
The radiator drain is going to be on the driver's side along the bottom of the radiator. Best is to remove the lower radiator hose to drain the coolant. Common for the plastic drain plug to break when trying to remove causing you more work and to go out and locate a replacement drain plug. That's why 99% of garages will drain the coolant from the lower radiator hose.
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Look near the front of the passenger side wheel well. You'll find the drain **** there.
There's a draincock down at the bottom. Open it up and drain the
radiator. What I like to do next is remove the t-stat and replace
waterneck. Now fill radiator with water (actually fill degas bottle)
and run engine with upper hose removed at radiator. Flush until only
clean clear water comes out of hose. Drain radiator, replace t-stat,
fill radiator with coolant and you're done.
Hope helped with this; remember rated this help. Good luck.
Crawl under he car, it is on the bottom of the tank useualy on the drivers side (it is there, look on both side tanks), it is black plastic with a key shaped paddle to open the drain, it turns counter-clockwise, u can't see it from the top