the line is a quick disconnect. Take a pair of pliers and GENTLY squeeze the white tabs going into the rubber part of the line. As you are squeezing, pull on the rubber piece of the line and it should come right off. Same thing for the transmission end of the line.
if you are asking about the cooling lines for the transmission that connect to the radiator, its easy. first disconnect the lines from the radiator (2 lines, usually on the bottom opposite the radiator outlet) then disconnect the lines from the transmission. remove the brackets holding them on, then remove.
theres a piece of plasitic, i would say midway down the line, pinch the two tabs together and simply slide it off.
On the bottom of the Radiator.
Look at the bottom or rear of radiator Look at the bottom or rear of radiator
Look on bottom or rear of radiator
Should be a plug either at the bottom or rear of radiator
Look at the bottom or rear or radiator or disconnect the lower radiator hose
From the transmission? No? But antifreeze & transmission fluid can mix. Your transmission uses a small portion of the radiator as a transmission cooler, normally at the very bottom or side. In very rare instances, this cooler can develop a leak and allow transmission fluid and antifreeze to mix together. The only fix is to replace the radiator.
if there is no drain plug on radiator, just disconnect bottom rdiator hose at radiator
Should be on the bottom or rear of radiator or remove lower radiator hose
The drain plug is on the bottom of the tank, drivers side but hard to see. But, if you cant find it, just disconnect the lower radiator hose and let it drain from there, that would do it, and its faster.
Even easier way is to remove the cap on top and loosen the drain plug on the bottom. --- easiest way to drain radiator, is to disconnect the bottom radiator hose from the radiator
Vehicles with an automatic transmission may have lines that carry transmission fluid from the transmission to a separate tank on the bottom of the radiator.
There should be a drain at the bottom corner of the radiator on the side facing the engine.
Upper is hose connected to top of radiator, lower is hose connected to bottom of radiator.
It comes out of the bottom drivers side of the radiator and goes to the water pump.
Plug should be at bottom or rear of radiator or disconnect the lower radiator hose
Connected to the bottom of the radiator you will see 2 lines. One is the inlet and one is the outlet. The cooler line is the return (outlet) line.
There is no drain plug. You have to use the radiator hose as your drain. Disconnect it from the bottom.
your drain on your radiator is on the bottom right hand side
Nothing on a manual
hey 1st drain the drain plug near bottom of radiator or remove lower radiator hose which to will drain coolant also, then remove upper hose , then remove fan shroud then remove bolts disconnect transmission cooler lines ,last carefully remove radiator
Coolant? Bad radiator Radiator has a separate cooling tank (usually at the side or bottom of radiator) for transmission fluid. At times this tank ruptures allowing coolant to get into transmission. Most times causing a transmission failure.
its there....i think its a screw on the very bottom of the radiator..faces the ground if you dont see one disconnect the lower radiator hose
upper line on radiator connects to transmission front