Question about 2006 Honda Fit
There is only 1 water drain, officially, and that is the petcock valve on the bottom of the radiator (of course, removing the bottom hose can also let coolant out). Your question seems vague, but if you are concerned with your coolant getting stuck somewhere and not circulating properly, then your thermostat is your answer. You should not, under any conditions, be losing coolant. If you are, then it's either leaking onto the ground or being burned through the engine. Never, Never work on your cooling system unless the car engine is positively cold or else you could be burned by the coolant! What exactly is happening to cause you to ask if there is a water drain that gets plugged?
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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