Lower passenger side of the radiator.
driver'side lower radiator
If you can't find drain plug, just disconnect lower radiator hose.
The drain plug is on the bottom of the radiator. It is on the opposite side from the bottom hose.
bottom left or bottom right of radiator
Should be at the bottom or rear of the radiator or remove the lower radiator hose
Should be at the bottom or rear of radiator or remove the lower radiator hose
Bottom left hand corner of radiator,opposite side of the lower radiator hose.
The drain is located on the passenger side lower end of the radiator, you can get better access by removing the passenger fog lamp and the horn. you will see it clearly on the bottom corner of the radiator.
Open the radiator drain and let drain into a catch basin. Run water through the radiator by filling through the radiator cap with a hose till the water coming out is clear. Fill through the overflow bottle if there is not a radiator cap present.
The Easiest way to drain the radiator on your 97 Lincoln is to loosen the drain valve on the bottom (Drivers Side) of the radiator. Make sure the engine is cool, or take precaution not to burn yourself with hot water. Be sure and loosen to radiator overflow tank cap to allow air to enter as the fluid drains. If you are preparing to flush the cooling system, and replace the coolant, you should also replace the thermostat
PUT IT IN THE RADIATOR. MAKE SURE YOUR ENGINE IS COOL AND USE THE DRAIN COCKPIT LOCATED ON THE BOTTOM OF YOUR RADIATOR TO DRAIN ENOUGH OF THE FLUID TO ACCOUNT FOR HOW MUCH ANTIFREEZE YOU ARE ADDING.
Below the transmission cooling line on bottom drivers side.
57 + z = 97 z = 97 - 57 z = 40
Drain approx. 1 gallon from radiator prior to opening housing
yes it can because sometimes you need to replace them
If it is a plug loosen counterclockwise If it is a petcock loosen clockwise
Follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator to the engine. It will lead you to the thermostat housing. Drain coolant from radiator, remove upper radiator hose from engine, remove the two bolts holding the thermostat housing to engine, remove housing, remove thermostat.
Drain the radiator. Disconnect the top radiator hose at the engine. Remove the hose inlet, which hoses the thermostat. Remove the thermostat, replace it then reverse the process to finish the job.
first you need to drain the antifreeze. There is a drain plug on the radiator and then you need to take off the top hose and rove the three bolts and pry the housing off and you should be there at the thermostat.
well its prob the same as the 95-96-97 etc......remove the air cleaner hardware, and the windshield washer bottle... after that, you can see the drain cock...lower drivers side
Remove The Radiator And Have A Radiator Shop Test, And Flush It.
At the bottom, or rear fo the radiator or remove lower radiator hose.
57+97+37+47+6 = 244