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Take the bottom hose off it doesnt have a drain plug anymore

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Where is the radiator drain plug located

didnt specify type of vehicle ---look across the bottom of radiator for a "T" looking valve thats a petcock and opening it will drain radiator---no petcock look for a stubby about a 1 inch extension with a plug or a screw head that s a drain plug -----if their is nothing just lower hose line than to drain ur vehicle u remove the lower hose

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Where do I fine the drain plug on radiator

Usually at the very bottom or bottom side of the radiator. Many newer vehicles no longer have this plug and you must use the lower radiator hose as the drain. Use caution when draining the radiator, remember that pets like the sweet taste of antifreeze and will be poisoned if consumed.

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I have a 1995 buick century. i want to flush radiator, but i couldn't located the draining valve. i need a help, if you can locate the draining valve for radiator.

Hi, if there is not a petcock or plug at the bottom of the radiator, you can just remove the lower radiator hose to drain the coolant. Many cars do not have drain plugs. Please let me know if you have more questions and thanks for using FixYa.

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I want to change the engine coolant in a 2005 Chevy Blazer 2wd with V6. However the radiator does not have a normal drain plug. There is a plastic nipple on the lower right side that is a molded part of...

There is no special tool. The easiest and fastest way to drain the radiator is to take the lower radiator hose loose from the radiator. It will drain quickly. Hope this helps :)

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

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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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Drain plug radiator location


Drain plug is located on radiator bottom facing engine, driver side.

Note: Never open drain plug when radiator is hot, wait for it to cool down, remove radiator cap to release pressure then open drain plug.

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Cant find radiator drain plug

All radiators dont have them...I have seen 4 different brands(Radiators) for your vehicle, and neither one had a drain plug...However if you want to flush the system you can just unhook your lower radiator hose, and do it that way...

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Do you need a special tool for the rad drain plug on a 01 jimmy

no it should be able to be turned by hand... it is a little plastic butterfly looking thing

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Coolant/radiator flush

No, its not hard to do but keep in mind if youre just going to drain the rad and refill it there is still a lot of coolant in the engine that wont be replaced........the drain plug will be somewhere near the bottom of the radiator,most will be a flat tab that you should be able to turn without any tools....remember lefty loosey righty tighty

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