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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The radiator does, however, have a pet-**** or drain plug on the left side of the radiator. It is here where you can drain the radiator and engine. Keep in mind that all the water will not be removed because by nature of the block's position in the compartment, unless you use a flushing tee, you won't be able to remove all the anti-freeze. ---------------- It's called a drain **** and it's straight down behind and under the radiator on the left side way down there. Even though it's way down there it's still easier than getting to it from the bottom. It's not a typical screw type device though. It has a notch (metal tip coming out of one side of it and no threads. Just turn 3/4 turn and pull straight out. thanks
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
freeze plugs are bowl shaped metal discs that seal the core holes in the block to keep water in over time they rust out you hit one side with a punch and hammer to turn it sideways in hole then pull it out the new plug is larger than hole lay flat drive in to get press fit their are some on both sides a block and some on back behind transmission some parts may have to be removed to install then
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
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Posted on Jun 21, 2010
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