Question about 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue
The drain plug is on the drivers side of the radiator at the bottom. It's a plastic drain plug with an O ring, so make sure you lube the O rings before you re-install it so it will not break. I find it easier to just remove the bottom radiator hose on the passenger side the drain the radiator, and with the car being almost 10 years old, you may just want to replace the radiator hoses just to be safe. Good luck and keep me posted, be glad to answer any questions you may have.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
While Facing it It Should Be Opposite the Lower Radiator Hose, Although the Way Mose Vehicles are Built, They are Hadr,Sometimes even Impossible to Get to to DRAIN Radiator. I Normaly Use A LARGE Drain Pan and Slowly Remove the Lower Hose to Drain Them. Hope this Helps!
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 Olds intrigue overheating
i have a 2000 olds intrigue thats been overheating alot lately the other day my drain plug for my radiator came on the way to work so i lost all my antifreeze on the way, i got to work and wound getting another plug to replace...the one that came out...topped off antifreeze...anyhow i go home and car overheats on the way home...i took it to a radiator shop today and they checked for, leaks, checked the water pump, pressure tested it...and they told me that the only thing they found was a airlock, but however the guy did recommend taking it to a mech and having it checked for a blown headgasket, so i go home today and i noticed my temp gauge going up and down on the way home it would get hot then cool down then get hot again...the car did eventually start to overheated so i pulled over and let the car cool down...i know this is getting frustrating, so do you have any recommendations or solutions as to whats cause the car to overheat.
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
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