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  • sly6483 Dec 19, 2008

    trying to change thermostat and stuck on how to drain radiator

  • Anonymous Dec 27, 2008

    how do i drain the radiator on my jimmy??

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    I had to remove the radiator support splash guard on my 2010 VW beetle causing it to drag. I removed it and wanted to know if it's ok to drive without it.



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I was able to reach up there with a small 1/4" socket driver and a small extension. Not easy, you will probably make a bit of a mess. Takes a little patience. I also suggest flushing the whole coolant system and putting in the green coolant.

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Would locate engine coolant drain plug?

Technically, if your hood is open, look under the front of the car, you must remove all the clips that hold the stone guard up.
At the bottom of the radiator is a round hole on your left side, insert a Phillips screw driver and turn left, coolant starts to flow.
Problem with removing the lower hose is it will splash getting everywhere, use a suitable pan and please recycle at your local recycling center.
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It's usually easier to get to from the top side bending over. From underneath, the core support (cross member to some folks) is usually in the way unless you scoot back far enough under the truck to look up at the radiator. Doing this is also a sure way to get anitfreeze on yourself when you pull the plug. Been there/done that. Haha.

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