Question about 2002 Lincoln LS
Ive found the easiest way to do this on any vehicle is to find a cool dry place to let the vehicle cool off, DO NOT DO WHILE HOT !! than find a pan to place underneath. ( REAL BIG PAN ) locate the hose at the bottom of the radiator that connects to the engine (its a 3 inch hose) then you loosen the clamps and pull the hose off, be very careful because the waters going to come out fast and hard so it will be somewhat of a mess. afte the coolant drains just reconnect the hose tighten the clamp and refill
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