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SOURCE: How to drain and refill coolant in a 2004 Jeep 3.7L Liberty?

you drain it from the radiator petcock on the bottom and you fill it from the overflow tank however I seem to remember those cars as having a radiator cap if i'm not mistaken it is on the passenger side if not in is the overflow tank

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WHERE does the antifreeze go in Suzuki eiger 400 4x4 05 go? I don't see an radiator cap or anything

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  2. Remove the engine cover.
  3. Disconnect the Inlet hose from the housing.
  4. Remove the thermostat housing bolts (A), thermostat housing (B), and the Thermostat (D).
  5. Clean the gasket mating surfaces and the housing and intake port.
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  1. Raise and support the vehicle.
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  3. Empty and wash out the coolant reservoir with soap and water.
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What is new with the 2008 Malibu cooling system, how do you drain and fill the coolant?

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To drain the coolant, just disconnect the lower radiator hose. most radiators now don't have a drain plug like the old days. The issue was that the drain plug was breaking since it's plastic or the O rings would break causing fluid to leak from the radiator.

once the radiator is drained, simple reattached the lower radiator hose and refill the system. The other way would be to run the engine till the thermostat opens up and the rest of the coolant in the engine block will make it's way out, but at most you should be fine on to replacing the coolant at the radiator only and then run the engine to ensure you have got all the air out of the system.

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