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Radiator problem where is the drain plug on a 2003 sonata

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The drain plugs on most radiators are on the bottom left or right side. It is usually a plastic butterfly bolt. Try to unscrew it by hand, or with a rag and a pair of pliers, but careful because they can break off, being plastic.

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