Disconnect battery and put a bulb between the battery post and the disconnected lead, if a drain is there the bulb should light up. Then methodicly remove and replace each fuse one at a time, if the light goes out, that will indicate the circuit the drain is on. Good Luck
There is no drain.
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The wrong spark plug wire(s) can cause engine problems including not running but won't drain the battery.
If they are long enough to drain the battery
you can either pull the hose for it or you can usually just open the drain plug on the radiator
If it is the engine oil you are talking about it is on the bottom of the pan.
The transmission drain plug on a 1999 Ford Contour 4 cylinder engine is located on the front of the transmission, behind the engine. It is used to remove the oil fluid during fluid changes.
The 4 cly is on the bottom of the transmission .
Either at the bottom or the rear lower section of radiator
by Tigercadd:The drain plug is at the bottom of the radiator, passenger side facing the engine compartment. Im not a Big mechanic or anything but i know a few basics, not every car has a drain plug for the radiator, if it does, it will be on the bottom of the rad. if it doesnt a simple way to drain the coolant would be to disconect the bottom rad hose and let the coolant drain through thatI have looked at the manual and from what I can remember, on the Ford Contour, you have to remove the plastic splashboard underneath the front part of the car before you can see the radiator drain plug on a 1998 Ford Contour. I have not actually changed the radiator fluid on my Contour but I know you will have to remove the bolts that hold the splashboard on and remove the splashboard before you can see the radiator drainplug.
If it is running, yes.
If the alternator is installed incorrectly, yes, it can drain the battery.