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I have to empty the I also have to empty the water out of the heater...where is the heater & how do i do it? (Yes I'm female & never doe this before but I'll give it a go haha) It's a 2000 chrysler voyager SE (don't know about the four seasons stuff??)

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Usually there is a drain plug on the bottom left or right of the radiator visible looking from underneath the front bumper ,if there is none visible than with engine cold remove the front lower radiator hose and let it drain and most likely drain the fluid in the heater core also

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There is usually a drain plug located at the bottom the radiator. Remove it and the antifreeze will start pouring out. Make sure you have at least a 5 gallon bucket under the plug to catch the fluids. as for the water heater it will drain through the radiator. Good luck.

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    I will give it a go...thank you!


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