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jack car up chock rear wheels for safety ,once underneath car on the left side of radiator (driver side) there is a drain plug you need a bucket to catch the fluid ,or a pan unscrew plug is gonna start draining make sure when putting plug back is tight good luck
Ok looking at all different Manufactors, and i have'nt seen one with a radiator drain plug..So if you are tring to flush your raditor, just take off the bottom radiator hose, and run a hose in the radiator, and flush it out the best way you can...Then top it off with a Gallon of coolant, and you should be fine...Goodluck...
Things you will need:
Radiator coolant mixture (get from garage)
Radiator flush fluid (also from garage)
Distilled water (Or if your me garden hose water ;) )
Take off the radiator cap when engine is COOL. Find the drain plug located in the bottom of the radiator (normaly hand tight) and let it drain out into a catch container. Put the drain plug back in, follow the instructions on the flush container topping the radiator back up. Let engine run as directed on bottle and then carefuly undo the radiator cap using a rag as not to burn yourself. Then remove the plug again and drain out the flush fluid. Then repeat the process with the radiator fluid as instructed on the bottle.
The radiator drain plug should be on the bottom of the radiator. It looks like a wingnut sticking out from the radiator about 2 inches or so on the engine side of the radiator. Usually at one of the corners. It doesn't come all the way out, so when you loosen it, stop when you have a good flow. With the radiator cap off helps it to drain better. I really hope that I answered your question. Best wishes.
As you are looking at the engine from the front, it is at the back left, a little under and inside the rear serpentine belt pullies. It's hard to see, but if you look from the inside, down the back of the motor by the firewall toward the belt pullies, you should be able to find it. It is more difficult to access if it with a turbo. No wonder GM is going down the drain. :D