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Location of the radiator drain plug for 2001 Pontiac grand prix

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Doesnt have one ,remove the bottom hose

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    me either,been looking for 30 minutes

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Its on the bottom right , if your looking from the front of the vehicle to the rear

Posted on Jul 25, 2013

  • albert Jul 25, 2013

    its on the bottom right , if your looking from the front of the vehicle to the rear

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