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There should be a block type valve located under the radiator. It might just be a hex head plug or has a funny looking handle like a piece of tubing attached so you can turn it by hand. Keep in mind of animals and antifreeze does not mix and will kill them if consumed. Make sure car is cooled so it does not blow out hot water on you. Thanks for using FixYa and let me know If I can help.

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