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1998 bravada radiator petcock location? - 1998 Oldsmobile Bravada

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    I usually find them on the bottom, or near the bottom of the radiator. They look sort of like a thing with "wings" on opposite sides. (like a wing nut) However, the newer ones may be just a simple bolt. Bee careful. Some of them are made of plastic nowadays and can break off easily.



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Some don't have one, just remove bottom radiator hose. Others have it on the passenger side 3/4 of the way down facing the firewall.

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