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Not all radiators have a drain plug, if theres a drain plug its located at the bottom of the radiator, depending on the model car or truck it will be locate on the backside of the radiator facing the engine , look on the rightside and then the leftside and in the middle, if this one doesnt have a drain then just remove the lower radiator hose to drain the radiator, sometimes its hard to see the drain so ook closely. good day
theres a drain plug located at the bottom of the radiator to drain it,heres a picture of the radiator to help you, hope this helps.the drain is on the driverside oppisite side of the radiator cap and is on the backside,
It's located on the drivers side of the radiator opposite of the lower radiator hose. Note: you may be better off disconnecting the lower radiator hose, it's common for the drain plug to break or the O-rings to split causing more work to drain the radiator. That's why most tech's will drain the radiator from the lower radiator hose, less chance of breaking the radiator drain plug and most new cars now don't come with a drain plug to the radiator.