There is a plastic drain valve on one of the bottom corner's of the radiator (facing engine) open valve and properly catch & dispose of coolant that comes out. You may need to use pliers to loosen drain valve. Tighten by hand.
What do you wish to do, drain the coolant or remove trapped air from the system? To drain coolant, there usually is a drain valve located at the base of one of the radiator tanks, there is one tank on each side of the radiator. If it is not there or broken, just remove the lower radiator hose, ENGINE COLD ONLY.
To change coolant on a Toyota Corolla, place a bucket under the radiator. Open the radiator drain valve and remove the radiator cap. When all antifreeze drains out, close the drain valve. Then refill with fresh antifreeze and replace the radiator cap.
Open the drain out valve at the bottom of the radiator to allow the coolant to run out. Replace the valve and add the fresh coolant.
There should be a drain valve on the radiator on the bottom passengers side If not just undo the bottom radiator hose.
Assuming you mean "coolant" not water, if there isn't a drain valve on the radiator, remove the lower radiator hose and use a large/wide drain pan to collect the coolant.
Don't know off hand but you could always pull the lower radiator hose and drain it that way.
Doesnt have one, you have to remove the bottom hose to drain coolant.
It is a plastic valve on bottom of radiator, either on driver or passenger end of radiator, if you can not locate or handle breaks you may remove lower radiator hose to drain coolant.
there is a petcock on the bottom of the radiator, passenger side. it is tricky to get to, but it can be done.
Remove the lower radiator hose.
If it's a 5.4 you have to loosen the petcock on the radiator. There is also a drain valve on each side of the engine that you have to loosen to drain the system. Without this, you'll only get about half of the coolant out with the radiator only.
If there is no drain valve at the radiator you can drain the system at the drain valve on the boiler
Typically there is a Drain Valve that you manually open to drain the radiator. Caution Don't Do it When The Engine is Hot. You Also Have to Open the Radiator Cap such That the Engine Coolant can Drain from the Bottom of the Radiator. You don't have to put the car up on a jack. Sometimes you will be able to see the drain valve when you open the hood - look down either side of the radiator. You may see it but can't reach it. Sometime you have get under the car such that you are underneath the radiator, and look on either side. The drain valve may not stick out - it may be built flush to the radiator.
The drain valve is on the (facing) engine side, lower left corner (drivers side) of the radiator. There is a tap and a tube you can put a small hose on to drain the coolant into a container.
The flush valve for the radiator on a 1999 Buick Century is located on the bottom of the radiator near the vehicle's frame. When it is loosened, the coolant will slowly drain from the vehicle.
To just remove the coolant from the radiator, there is a plug or valve at the bottom of the radiator on either the left or right side. Loosen this and drain the coolant into a container---NEVER ON THE GROUND-IT IS DANGEROUS TO ANIMALS AND IS TOXIC. Tighten the valve when empty and refill. Run the vehicle to get it to operating temperature and keep filling until all of the air is out of the system.
radiator drain valve is located at the bottom of the radiator, there is an access hole through splash guard.
remove the lower coolant hose and drain it into a catch pan
It is located bottom drivers side corner of radiator. It is a white plastic valve.
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.
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.
The radiator drain is on the bottom of the radiator. It is a small petcock valve.
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.
I'm not sure about the limited but on my custom the drain is on the bottom right of the radiator when you're facing the car from the front. There's a twist valve on it.