If it does not have a drain plug, just simply remove the lower radiator hose.
on the radiator
It does not have a A/T drain plug. The pan must be removed.
Oil drain?Should be at the side or rear of the oil pan
Most vehicles do not.
Should be at the bottom of the radiator logically...
they are already gapped when you buy them.
The drain plug is on the bottom of the radiator on the drivers side. It is small white plug, and can easily break, so use care when removing.
If it has one it will be located on the bottom of the radiator. If not, then just remove the lower hose to drain the radiator.
May just be a plug located at the bottom or rear of radiator
Factory plug is 13mm.
engine side of radiator, toward the bottom, drivers side.
I would check under the reservoir
i belive its 0.54 gap
Identify the oil pan under the engine. Look for what looks like a bolt screwed into the pan. I think it points to the driver's side of the car. The transmission has no drain plug, so whatever you find must the oil plug.
ITS GOT A COOLANT DRAIN PLUG ON THE BOTTOM OF THE RADIATOR HOUSING
The 1991 Pontiac Grand Am radiator drain plug can be found on the bottom of the radiator. The radiator drain plug will be in the center of the radiator bottom.
It is located on the passenger side, just inside the tire. It is on the back side of the drain pan, as opposed to the bottom of the pan.
There is no drain plug.
oil drain plug vw jetta 2002
It does not have a drain plug. The pan is removed to drain the fluid.
under the car passenger side off the pan facing the back of the car
Ther is no drain plug in the transmission
It does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the oil pan to drain the transmission.
The oil drain plug on the 2002 4cyl Pontiac Grand AM is situated about 18 inches away from the front right wheel mounted in a horizontal position toward the back of the engine. It is a #15 size metric screw.