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Were is the drain **** for the radiator 2005 expedition?

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Hello! The drain plug is located near the front passenger side wheel well...Open it up and drain the radiator... What I like to do next is remove the t-stat and replace waterneck... Now fill radiator with water (actually fill degas bottle) and run engine with upper hose removed at radiator... Flush until only clean clear water comes out of hose... Drain radiator, replace t-stat, fill radiator with coolant and you're done...Guru....Saailer

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