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Some aftermarket OEM radiator does not has a drain pitcook.

Spend few minutes to inspect the lower left or lower right portion of the radiator.

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Professional shop does not use the drain pitcock because the plastic part is old.

Pro just remove the lower radiator hose to drain the coolant out.

It's more effective and faster.

If the coolant hoses are over 5 years of 60,000 miles then replace them.

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If you're teaching this to your kid then take your time and teach them the textbook method.

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Posted on Jul 25, 2010

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