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Where is the radiator drain plug located in a 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix?

I am trying to drain the radiator in my 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix, but can't seem to find the drain plug...

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There is no drain plug or valve on most modern radiators. You have to remove the lower radiator hose in order to drain them.

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SOURCE: 1995 pontiac grand prix se neutral safley switch

this is part of the gear position switch on top of the trans where the shift linkage connects, it is mounted over the selector post that sticks out of the trans. Here is a picture.
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SOURCE: location of the radiator drain plug for 2001 Pontiac grand prix

doesnt have one ,remove the bottom hose

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Just take the bottom hose loose and flush away.

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rear of the radiator side tank under the car, u can't see it from up top, it is a black plastic drain valve, it is usually on the driver side

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