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How is the plastic radiator drain plug removed for a 2001 Pontiac Grand Am GT?

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2007-01-21 04:55:01
2007-01-21 04:55:01

WHEN I DID A FLUSH,I PUSHED IT IN AND TURNED IT, NOT SURE WHICH WAY, IT'S PLASTIC (MAKE SURE THE CAR HAS COOLED, THE COOLANT SHOOTS STRAIGH OUT AND MAY BE VERY HOT.

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