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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.

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