the drain will be at the bottom of the radiator,either on the left or right side.
Its @ the bottom of radiator kinda n da middle of it.
It is on the lower right of the radiator and sometimes it is easier to take the lower radiator hose off.
It can be very simple to remove the radiator from a Honda Civic. The first step is to drain the coolant from the radiator. The next step is to disconnect the cooling fan switch and remove the hoses. Then the cooling fan should be removed. Then the radiator should be unbolted and lifted carefully from the vehicle.
94 civic transmission fluid drain
Before replacing the radiator hose on a 1996 Honda Civic drain the coolant system. Once drained remove any clamps holding the hose in place and pull the unit off. Replace with new hoses.
I found it! It's a little, white, screw on plug which is only visible if you look under the radiator from the passenger side of the car.
It's in the radiator drain plug hole.
The radiator drain plug on a 1988 Honda Accord LX is located on the lower right side of the radiator. If facing the vehicle from the front, it would be on the driver's side of the radiator. To drain easily, loosen the radiator cap after opening the drain plug.
on the side of the radiator
You will have to syphen.
Remove the splash shield from underneath the car; the pepcock should be located at the bottom of the radiator. It may require using pliers to turn the pepcock.
You don't fix it you replace it. Drain the radiator, replace the hose, and the thermostat, flush the system, install a 50/50 mixture of antifreeze and water, bleed the system.
The water during bolt on your 1995 Honda Civic can be found on the bottom of the radiator. The water drained bolt is a 9/16 bolt.
first you need to drain the antifreeze. There is a drain plug on the radiator and then you need to take off the top hose and rove the three bolts and pry the housing off and you should be there at the thermostat.
The coolant drain plug on the 1993 Honda Civic is located right below the manifold bolts close to the transmission side. There is another drain plug located on the back of the block left of the fuel filter.
Under the radiator just use some pliers
When changing the antifreeze first drain the old fluid by disconnecting the lower radiator hose. Plug the hose in and add coolant to the radiator. Check for air in the system, bleed if necessary.
Should be at the bottom or rear of the radiator or remove lower radiator hose
The thermostat locations on a 2001 Honda Odyssey is under the upper radiator hose. You will need to drain the radiator to access it.
out the petcock on the back side of the radiator
On a 1998 Honda Civic there is a transmission drain bolt located on the bottom of the housing. Loosen the bolt and drain all of the old fluid. Using Honda ATF fluid top off the transmission.
Remove the oil pan drain plug to drain the oil. Remove the lower radiator hose to drain the coolant.
The oil drain plug is located on the bottom of the engine on the oil pan. Remove with 17mm wrench and tighten to 10 Lb/Ft torque and no more. The radiator drain plug is located on the bottom of the radiator. If you can't find it simply remove the lower radiator hose to drain the radiator.
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