Drain the radiator by removing the plug on the bottom of the radiator or by removing the lower rad hose. Take the thermostat out which is at the engine end of the upper hose. Start the engine and run water from the garden hose through the radiator letting it flow out the upper rad hose until it is clean. If it has buildup in the radiator you will want ot run some commercial radiator cleaner through it. When it is clean, drain all of the water out and install 2 gallons of coolant and the thermostat.. Dispose of used coolant properly.
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.
Yes they will as long as the 99 is not the new body style.
I have 1999 chevy Silverado z71 wanting to see if a 1994-95 chevy Silverado z71 bed will fit
All the O2 sensors on a 99 Chevy Silverado with a 5.3 engine are located in the exhaust. The are positioned on each side of the exhaust manifolds and just after the crossover.
around 27 gallons max
It has a timing chain and gears.
Take away the webbing
In central Illinois it runs around $99
it does only when in drive with the tow/haul button off
4 x 6
Yes, 88 to early month of 99 will interchange
i just disconnected the lower hose
Yes. '99-'01 same
The arrow goes toward the engine.
You can if the 99 is the new body design / nother words the 99 body will look like the 2003 body. In LATE 1999 chevy REDESIGNED all there engines and transmissions and NOTHING will interchange from 1999 down to late 1999 and up.
Call baby momma to do it
maybe the heater core.
are you using the factory key? they have security chips in them.
100 mph then vuts off and refires at 99 mph
Yes, From 88 to early month of 99 will interchange.
They are 16" and 15" will not fit
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.
Bank 2 is the side of the engine where the #2 spark plug is. On my 99 Silverado it's on the passenger side.