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If equipped with a drain plug ( some manufacturers don't supply one ) it will be located at the lower left or lower right of the radiator. It may have a butterfly type screw or could have a recessed phillips head screw.
Trace the upper radiator hose to the thermostat housing. Loosen the hose clamp on the housing with a flat-blade screwdriver. Slide the clamp back and remove the hose from the housing. Use a wrench to remove the two mounting bolts from the thermostat housing.
Slide the housing off of the intake manifold. Clean any remaining gasket pieces from the thermostat housing with a flat scraper and clean rag. Remove the old thermostat from the housing.
Insert the new thermostat into the housing. Position the new gasket on the outer edge of the housing and position it over the mounting area on the intake manifold. Replace the two mounting bolts and tighten them using a wrench.
Replace the upper radiator hose on the thermostat housing and tighten the hose clamp. Top off the radiator with a blend of equal parts antifreeze and distilled water. Replace the radiator cap.
drain plugs are up in a protected shroud in the bottom tank
will require a large phillips driver to undo
may have to remove the plastic splash panel or protector panel under the radiator tank
If it is easier to remove the bottom hose at the radiator then that will be the way to go
The radiator drain cork it's on the driver side of the lower left corner of the radiator.Look for a drain valve at the bottom of the radiator you can pull it down and then turn the valve to open it to drain the coolant. ------This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
on the bottem of the Radiator there is a drain plug (screw) it will drain the whole radiator so you will need to refill it again. it is best to drain the whole thing because if yoo don't the water could crack your radiator.
There is a drain on the bottom of the radiator on the passenger side of the radiator to drain the anti-freeze. Remove the radiator cap and loosen the drain plug on the radiator, spray some WD-40 on the drain valve to help get it loose. Drain the radiator, tighten back up the drain plug and refill, should be 1-11/2 gallons.
theres a drain plug located at the bottom of the radiator to drain it,heres a picture of the radiator to help you, hope this helps.the drain is on the driverside oppisite side of the radiator cap and is on the backside,