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How to drain my radiator on my 2003 avalanche 2500

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You have to disconnect the bottom tube to the radiator. Be sure if you have antifreeze in it you drain into a bucket because its sweet to bugs and the bugs will be there in an hour if you dont.

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I generally have stopped even looking for the drain...half of them don't work right even when you do find them. Far easier and faster is to remove the lower hose. If you have a closed system with no cap on the radiator then fill through the reservoir, otherwise fill through the radiator and add to bottle after you are finished. Run the heat on high while filling and wait for thermostat to open and level to drop before final fill.

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