Question about 2000 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
Take the top off the radiator expansion tank and lift front of vehicle. There should be a red drain **** on the bottom of the radiator-you'll have to remove underbelly pans to see everything. A flathead screwdriver or pliers should do the trick. Loosen it up a few turns and watch the coolant flow-it will be messy. If you don't have a draincock or can't find it, then just take the lower radiator hose loose and let it flow out. When filling, remember to mix your coolant/water ratio(about 50/50) and let vehicle run until reaching operating temp. Then cycle back and forth between defrost and ac low a few times to allow the coolant system to burp excess air. Then recheck level.
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