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Where do i find drain plug for raidiator 99 taurus. i want to reaplace fluid

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Hello there:
you should have a drain on the bottom of the radiator you will have to look for it on the driver side of the car you should see a twist style valve you will have to open it to drain if no valve you just may need to take the lower radiator hose off and drain it this way just remember to remove the radiator cap to allow to drain a little faster...hope this helps you out please leave a review thanks sincerely D.Jones

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I would not use the drain-plug. With older cars it can not reseal properly. Just disconnect the bottom hose and afterwards refit the hose.

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To access the drain **** you first need to remove the black plastic shield that is covering it.
It will be just under the drivers side front. You will notice a small round spout extruding just above the the drain ****.

If it is an original drain **** then it should be white and can be removed by either using a socket, a hex tool, or a crescent wrench.

Mine broke the second time when I was trying to remove it. I went to Autozone to purchase a new one and it costs no more than $3 something.

Anyways the replacement ones don't require any tools to remove or it on.

Posted on Sep 27, 2011

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