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How do you remove a radiator


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Cant find drain plug on radiator


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I need to bleed the radiator system. Where is the bleed valve?


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Read more: How to Bleed a Car Radiator ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5124831_bleed-car-radiator.html#ixzz1D17jKvdN

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hello. on the drivers side of radiator is a drain. here is a picture and the instructions for draining the coolant out.



  • Install a tube on the radiator drain. Place the end of the tube in the drain pan.
  • After the engine cools down, remove the radiator cap.
  • Completely open the radiator drain ****.
  • Allow the coolant to drain from the system until the flow stops.
  • Place a drain pan under the block drain hole plug.
  • Remove the drain hole plug from the engine block.
  • Allow the coolant to drain from the block until the flow stops. There may be more drainage from the radiator at this time.
  • Install the block drain hole plug.
  • Close the radiator drain ****.


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    ) Make sure the vehicle is cool.
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    ) Re-loosen the radiator cap again.
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