Unscrew the drain plug, or pull the bottom radiator hose off
Look at the bottom or rear or radiator or disconnect the lower radiator hose
No, you just need a larger drain bucket; or drain through a hose for less mess.
MY 1995 DAKOTA got hot because the radiator was rusted out. The fins on the radiator would crumble just by touching it. Replaced radiator, problem solved.
First open up the radiator, then there's a drain plug on the bottom of the radiator. Fill with water and drain until clear. Fill it up and good to go.
Yes- available at auto parts store or radiator shop - can also be replaced with a plug
Passenger side, lowest bottom left corner of radiator as viewed from in front of the vehicle.
"Where is the radiator drain plug on a 1999 dodge stratus?" Most "drain cocks" I am not being nasty, that is what they are called. they are located on the drivers side. Look on the lower left side, it looks like a wing nut or a straight bar (plastic), some look like a plastic hexagon
You use a radiator pressure tester to apply pressure to the cooling system. You can then look for leaks.
On the bottom of the radiator. If there is no drain plug, simply remove the lower radiator hose to drain the coolant from the radiator.
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To drain the radiator on a 1999 Ford Expedition, place a bucket under the radiator. Unscrew the radiator drain hose or valve on the bottom of the radiator. Remove the radiator cap.