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Where is drain plug for engine electronic coolant system and radiator drain for 2007 ford hybrid escape

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Preferable to flush as much out as possible to get rid of the old stuff and can be done at home by undoing the heater hose at the fire wall and using the garden hose to force water through until it comes out clean Dont turn hose on full blast as it will spray out over everything build up to it so it doesnt make a mess.Make sure the heater is in the on position so that water comes out the pipe you took the hose off.Either way though it will still be ok to just undo the bottom radiator hose as the majority of it will come out.

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

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on one side of the radiator near the bottom is a petcock. open the petcock to drain. Take the radiator cap off to do this to allow it to vent so it will drain out.
If you cant find it, remove the bottom hose off the radiator. This is messy but effective.

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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SOURCE: my 2007 ford escape's coolant warning light stay

two types of coolant warning one is temperature other is low level....the sensor is located in the resavore tank.. look at bottom and follow wires to the sensor.. common problem

Posted on Sep 04, 2009

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SOURCE: 96 Taurus; coolant leaks from radiator drain

the drain plug will have seals on it, just replace the drain plug. any parts store will have a drain plug/seal

Posted on Oct 19, 2009

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SOURCE: Have 2002 Ford Escape, Where's the Radiator Cap??

This is where you fluid goes. If I were you, I would stay away from those sealants. But yes you can put the sealant in the reserve, but it;s best if you drain half the water out, pour in coolant and then re-fill. This gives it a better chance to flow throughout the system. Sometimes these sealants can cause more harm than good in the long run.

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Does the cooling fan
cycle?
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failure. Thermostat's do fail, you you have any memory of changing it?
Head gasket. This problum you would tend to never be able to get the air out of the radiator, lots of small bubbles. if this is your problem seek provisional help this problem only get worse not better.

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