Most of the time it is just a slight clog in the drain tube. the tube is located under the hood just below the air condition accumulator on the fire wall of the car this is why when some one stop at a parking lot after running the air condition you will see a little water on the ground behind the passenger front tire. locate your drain tube and run sonething flexable througt it to unclog it and it shoud drain.
yes its on the bottom of the tranny
on the bottom of the rad on the passenger side
take plug out and drain the fluid plug found behind drivers side wheel
at the bottom of the oil pan under the car.
SLIDE OFF THE LOWER RADIATOR HOSE AT THE RADIATOR...
The oil drain plug is located under the front end of the car, on the rear side of the oil pan.
Just like all automatic transmission cars, remove the oil pan.
start by doing a voltage drain test hook up a voltmeter on the positive side set to 10 amps if you got a drain start pulling fuses, when the drain drops the fuse on that circuit is your problem, probably a short to power or ground
where is the radiator drain plug on a mercury villager
Yes, and not just because of the glass it is made of. The bulbs have mercury inside of them which can make you ill.
Drain plug for what?
where is the drain oil plug on a 2010 9.9 mercury outboard motor
15mm wrench. righty tighty, lefty loosy. so turn it counter-clockwise... dont forget the oil filter
There is a drain plug in the transmission pan.
Inside the Fuel Tank. You'll have to drain and drop the fuel tank to change it. Not a job for the untrained!
Bottom of oil pan under engine
You mean the oil drain? In the oil pan.
you have to run a mercon 5 fluid or compatiable. If you run regualar mercon in it you will have a transmission chater whenit shifts into overdrive. Make sure you drain your tork converter too.
To flush the radiator in a 1999 Mercury Cougar V6, first make sure the engine is cool. Put a bucket under the drain plug on the radiator, remove the cap and open the plug. Close the plug, fill the radiator with distilled water, then drain again. Repeat until the water comes out clean. Tighten the plug and fill the radiator with new coolant. Run the engine for about 10 minutes with the heater on high, then check the coolant level and add more as needed to complete the process.
Open the drain plug on the passenger side of the radiator.
because it was stupid
Drain the engine oil. Remove the pan bolts. The engine may have to be unbolted from the motor mounts and lifted slightly to remove the pan. Pull the pan out, then install the new pan and gasket.
Drain plug usually at bottom or rear of the radiator