Question about 1995 Chrysler Cirrus
Most radiators use a plug now instead of the old petcock valve. The plug is on the very bottom of the radiator facing the ground. Most I have seen have a large phillips slot in them. You can loosen it just a turn or so till you get some flow, if you remove it all the way watch for washer/gasket and/or "O" rings you will have a leak if you lose something. good luck
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