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Is there any diagram for 2005 Expedition radiator petcock

I need to drain the radiator

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the drain in on the back of the side tank of the radiator, not the bottom

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Hello! The drain plug is located near the front passenger side wheel well...Open it up and drain the radiator... What I like to do next is remove the t-stat and replace waterneck... Now fill radiator with water (actually fill degas bottle) and run engine with upper hose removed at radiator... Flush until only clean clear water comes out of hose... Drain radiator, replace t-stat, fill radiator with coolant and you're done...Guru....Saailer

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It does not have one, the best way to drain the system is to remove the lower radiator hose.

Posted on Nov 13, 2010

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How do I change the lower radiator hose


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Ensure that the engine is completely cool prior to starting this service.
1. Remove the recovery tank or radiator cap.
2. Raise and support the vehicle.
3. Place a drain pan of sufficient capacity under the radiator and open the petcock (drain) on the radiator.
è Plastic petcocks easily bind. Before opening a plastic radiator petcock, spray it with some penetrating lubricant.
4. Drain the cooling system completely.
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6. Remove the drain pan.
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11. Refill the system with coolant to the proper level.
12. Turn the engine OFF and check for leaks.

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