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I need to change the anrt frizz to my pontiac Grand am GT 2002 V6 and a don't know where is the opening to drain the old one gt

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HI!!! just unplug the lower radiator hose.from the radiator run the car for about 5sec.this way the old antif. stiil inside come out.put back the hoe and fillup you rad.to the top also the Rtank.let it run w/out the rad.cap until you see no air o bubles come out

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The drain should be on the left lower side of the radiator.

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