Hey Charles==The only way to do it legally is to use a recycling machine. GoodluckJoe
There isn't a 'drain hose'. Refrigerant is recovered through the schrader valve on the high pressure side of the system. This type of work should be done only by a certified tech, as not only is it illegal to discharge refrigerant into the atmosphere, but handling refrigerant also poses significant dangers to people who don't know what they're doing.
Your best to consult a manual for doing this. You will have to be able to drain out any refrigerant left in the system, and then have the proper equipment to replace it when you finish the job.
Let it drain out. It will overfill, just let it drain.
Drain the Cavaliers radiator. Remove the top radiator hose, and the inlet pipe. Take the thermostat out from under the inlet pipe and replace it. Reinstall the pipe and hose, then refill the radiator.
there is no drain plug
No, there is no drain plug for the fuel tank.
It has no drain plug on the A/T.
A 2004 Chevy Avalanche does not have a radiator drain. The front of the vehicle needs to be raised, then the bottom radiator hose disconnected to drain into a pan.
The radiator drain plug on a 1989 Chevy C1500 Silverado is on the bottom of the radiator.
the oil drain plug is on the passenger side of the drain pan
The radiator drain on a 1992 Chevy Corsica is located on the bottom, left side of the radiator. It provides a quick and effective way to drain the radiator during maintenance.
There isn't an "AC drain line". Refrigerant is recovered through the schrader valve on the high pressure side. Servicing an AC system is not a "do-it-yourself" task, especially when it comes to recovering, handling, and storing refrigerant.
The drain plug on the 2003 Chevy Venture is located on the bottom edge of the radiator. It is on the side facing the engine.
should be similar ...... http://www.justanswer.com/car/3trf2-radiator-drain-plug-2003-chevy-impala.html
The air conditioner does not have a drain. I dont think an air conditioner has a drain
If it has an automatic transmition there is no drain plug, you remove the pan to drain it.
The drain plug for the engine is on the bottom of the pan There is no drain plug on the transaxle.
where is the drain plug on a 99 Chevy lumina where is the radiator drain plug on a 99 Chevy lumina I am not completely sure about the 99 but I drive a 95 lumina and the radiator drain plug is located to the right of the radiator (if you are looking under the hood) and at the bottom of the housing for the radiator. Mine is white in color.
Should be a drain plug at radiator either in rear or bottom
There is no drain plug. Pan must be removed.
No, You must remove the transmission pan to drain the fluid.
The drain is near the bottom of the radiator on the drivers side of the car.
The oil is wrong weight - oil plug is out - will not drain
It does not have 1, Chevy did not use a drain plug in there converters.
The 2005 Chevy Malibu 2.2 liter engine oil drain plug size is 9/16. The oil drain plug has very fine threads.