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Hello Loren. There are two different engines on the Sable that year. Both 3.0 liters but one has a dual overhead cam engine. I'll go with the more common single overhead engine. Squeeze the tabs to remove the ignition cables from the top of the coil. It would be a good idea to mark which one goes where first. Then undo the capacitor connector. Undo the four retainer screws. Reverse to reinstall. Apply a film of di-electric grease to the coil towers before you put on the coil wires.
If yours is the dual overhead cam, let me know here in comments and i will give you directions.
Drain plug is located on the bottom of the radiator, usually driver's side, it has to be accessed from the bottom of the vehicle. DO NOT OPEN DRAIN PLUG WHEN ENGINE IS HOT OR RUNNING.
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This will be located on the bottom of the radiator. If you are facing the the front of the car it should be on your left hand side. Thats the passenger side of the car. Its going to be on the backside of the radiator not the very bottom. Good luck!!!
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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