Question about 1994 Oldsmobile 88
Existing radiator drain plug snapped off close to shaft. I assume rest of shaft is still inside drain plug assembly which is still inside radiator. How do I remove the existing assembly in order to replace it?
If not leaking,leave it alone,to drain,just disconnect bottom hose to drain,I never use drain plug,too slow.If it's a stock drain plug,then you will need to call dealer and ask for parts.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Radiator caps and drain plugs; these seem to be disappearing from our vehicles since they cost a buck or two.
If your Olds still has one, you should be able to find it easily by checking the lower tank of the radiator.
If you are flushing or changing the fluid, please do not let the old fluid simply run onto the ground since the sweetness of the stuff attracts critters and domestic pets can be poisoned by it.
Posted on Jun 10, 2010
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