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My 2002 Grand Prix is over heating...i put water where the coolint goes and it still hasnt helped how do i drain the water out so i can add anit-freeze in there?

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Should be a drain valve on bottom of radiator also replace thermostat

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  • Move your badass w-body (a.k.a. Pontiac Grand Prix) to a level area and set the parking brake. Pop the hood and touch the radiator. If it's warm let it cool before you continue.
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