Using your owner's manual or your eyeballs, locate your radiator's drain plug. It could be anywhere along the bottom of the radiator, and will be either a screw plug, bolt plug or a petcock (simple drain valve). Be sure you have your used coolant receptacle in place under the drain before you open it up. Look at the bottom of the radiator facing the engine. I there is none then pull off the lower hose.
Assuming you are looking for the radiator drain valve, you will find it on the passenger side of the radiator, under the lower radiator hose.
radiator drain valve is located at the bottom of the radiator, there is an access hole through splash guard.
find your heater hoses and follow them. the flush is usually in an easily accessible location. It is very possible there is not a radiator flush valve. you may need to install one.
It is just below the lower radiator hose.
Don't know off hand but you could always pull the lower radiator hose and drain it that way.
You will find that it is located on the bottom of the radiator. If you do not find a drain Petcock on the bottom of the radiator you must remove the lower radiator hose in order to drain the radiator.
In most vehicles, you will find the drain valve at the bottom of the radiator. Look on the bottom of the radiator on the driver's side of the truck. It is a small plastic hand operated twist nut.
Disconnect lower radiator hose if you can not find the drain valve. Drain water and antifreeze and flush it out good. Reconnect hose back up. Then add a gallon and 1/3 of anti freeze then finish with water.
the radiator drain plug is located on the bottom of the radiator,on the radiator
Search for a drain petcock along the lower edge of the radiator tanks. Loosen the valve with a pliers, but DO NOT OVERTIGHETEN IT. Not all radiators have one. If you can't find one, then you will have to remove the lower radiator hose which will drain most of the coolant from the engine block too.
You can find the 1991 Buick Skylark radiator drain plug on the bottom of the radiator. The radiator drain plug will be in the center of the radiator bottom.
In order to flush the radiator on my 1996 Safari I had to remove the radiator fan cover under the hood (there are 6 bolts holding it in place). You will find a plug on the bottom of the radiator that has to be unscrewed and the old water will drain. I ususally put a hose in the cap and let the engine run (with the heater on) to flush out all the old fluid. Then re-plug the radiator, re-install the fan cover and re-fill with fresh fluid.
Never flush a radiator. When flusing the radiator theres no way to be 100% sure that you got everything out, and flushing a radiator will only losen things up that can get into the engine, clogging it up causing you BIG problems... Its okay to drain and refill the radiator, but never flush one. All of those deposits that's getting lose, some will come out but what doesnt will find its way into your engine, causing you a huge headache.
Look along the bottom of the side radiator tanks. If there is a drain valve/petcock it will face inward towards the engine. If you can't find one then the radiator doesn't have one. Radiator drains have fallen out of favor over the years because they cost more to produce and it's one more place for coolant to leak out. If there is no drain then you will have to remove the lower radiator hose.
There should be a drain on the bottom of the radiator somewhere. If you cannot find one, then remove the lower radiator hose and drain the coolant form that location.
the drain will be at the bottom of the radiator,either on the left or right side.
It may or may not have a drain plug for the radiator. Look at the bottom of the radiator usually on the passenger side of the car. It doesn't really look like an actual plug. It is more like a plastick wing nut, just unscrew it and it should drain. Some radiators don't have drain plugs at all. If it doesn't just take off the lower radiator hose from either the radiator or the engine block and do it that way i think the sunfire drain is on the driverside of radiator facing forward. it should be a 1/4 inch hole in center. you have to turn and pull to drain. be careful not to damage plug or radiator.
Put the front end of your caddy on ramps, find the wing nut valve on the radiator on usually on the bottom or side.
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If you can't find drain plug, just disconnect lower radiator hose.
On the drivers side bottom of the radiator.
The drain plug is under the bottom left of the radiator. I find it much easier to just losen the lower radiator hose on the right side of the radiator. The drain plug tends to be hard to get open... KSH
The radiator drain plug on a Chevrolet Corsica is the lowest, skinniest hose on the back of the radiator. The radiator cap will have to be removed to allow for fast draining after this hose is removed.
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.
If you cannot find the drain plug you can also pull the lower radiator hose. MAKE SURE THE ENGINE IS COLD!!!