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Engine block coolant drain plug location

Looking for the rad and engine coolant drain plugs. Where are they located?

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    where is the oil drain pug located on this vehicle

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    how many freeze plugs are in a small block chevrolet and where are they located

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They are on the side of the engine block, there will either be a pipe plug or a sensor in the threaded hole(s)

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I drained it already from the plug in the front bottom. But in the Manuel there is another one on the engine block in the back by the oil pan to drain

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