Just below the radiator lower hose is the petcock. Unscrew it partially and it will drain. It has a "T" type handle that does not require any special tool. Be sure and save as much antifreeze as you can. If you do not reuse it then take it to a repair shop or AutoZone so that it will be disposed of properly.
get a sharp pointed tool and tap the screw head along the edge in the unscrew direction be patient or you can buy a special tool at sears for that
You just need a special torx socket & unscrew the old bolts. They have them at better tool stores like harbor freight.
Remove engine cover and its next to the oil cap its a round plastic cap unscrew with the special tool or a big plyers and filter is under cap
The easiest way is to pull the lower radiator hose. There is a petcock on the bottom of the radiator, but it's a pain to get to without a special tool. Pop the hose and you'll get about 85% of the coolant out. Have a large drain bucket handy. Make sure the engine is cool.
You use the tool box you used to get into the club.
alot of shops will charge 150 or so...but if you have the most basic of tool sets.... anyone can do it. unscrew the coupleing where the top radiator hose is...pop old one out drop new one in replace hose.
In tool box there are two bolts. Unscrew those
there is a tool for the radiator to check for leaks.unscrew rad. cap and put tool cap on rad. and pump air into rad. and it will push fluid out the hole.there is your leak
Get the tool and put it around the nut or bolt inside the wheel and turn it.
You unscrew it from the tub with the proper tool, or possibly with long nose pliers.
The difference between internal flush and full hole thread is that the roots of the full-hole tool joints are rounded, and the roots for the internal-flush joints are flat.
It is a tool used to straighten the fins of an automotive radiator. Normally used after something has damaged part of the radiator without causing a leak.
With a radiator cap pressure tester. The tool usually comes along with a cooling system pressure test kit.
With a release tool.
A router bit is tool used to unscrew a CPU and other computers when taking down the computer. This is a tool used to build and take down the computer and printers.
the tool is either clipped across the top of the grill in front of radiator under hood, or it is behind the seat
It is a small plastic tool that can be found beside the radiator return hose, to the left of the blinker coolant line.
The best way that I have found is to take off the hoses, loosen the oil pipes at the bottom and take off the fan and shroud by removing the bolts holding it in place. You need to take off the fan which requires a special tool to loosen it from the water pump. After that, the process should be simple enough. There are two plastic hooks on both sides of the radiator. You can loosen the hold of these hooks by wedging a regular screwdriver between the rubber flap that holds it in place. The condenser and radiator should be loose enough to unscrew the bolts connecting the radiator and condenser together. Lift up on the radiator and you replace in reverse.
You should just be able to unscrew the back of the key. if not the dealer has a tool to take them apart.
Being very careful, drill a small hole in the middle of the broken petcock. Using a tool called an easy out, you should be able to back out the broken off part. Take care not to drill sideways and hit the radiator threads.
you have to remove the fan this takes a specail tool then you will drain the radiator with the plug that's on the bottom corner of the radiator next disconnect the upper and lower hoses it should come out
With a scan tool.
the best and most safest tools are line spanners
a brake caliper tool (really)