The 1991 Pontiac Grand Am radiator drain plug can be found on the bottom of the radiator. The radiator drain plug will be in the center of the radiator bottom.
on the radiator
bottom of radiator
It is on the bottom of the radiator on the drivers side.
there may not be one if there is is it on the bottom side and if it is not you candrain it by removing the bottom rad hose The 1999 Pontiac Grand Am does not have a radiator drain valve. To drain the radiator, remove the lower radiator hose. The engine should be cold and the water fill cap removed for venting. I have a 2000 Pontiac Grand AM and radiator drain cock is located at the lower/front (not bottom) at the curbside of the radiator, you will need a hex key to back out petcock. .
Should be at the bottom of the radiator logically...
I have a 2000 Pontiac Grand AM and radiator drain cock is located at the lower/front (not bottom) at the curbside of the radiator, you will need a hex key to back out petcock.
If it does not have a drain plug, just simply remove the lower radiator hose.
there may not be one if there is it is on the bottom if not you just remove the bottom radiator hose to drain
drivers side bottom of radiator.
engine side of radiator, toward the bottom, drivers side.
In order to drain the radiator on a 2004 Pontiac GTO it is necessary to pull the lower radiator hose off. There is not a separate drain plug on this radiator.
Look closely at the radiator. Check the bottom corner of the radiator that is opposite of the lower radiator hose. If there is no drain plug or petcock, then the coolant will need to be drained by removing the lower radiator hose.
The coolant drain on a 2003 Pontiac Grand Am is located on the bottom of the radiator on the right side. It allows coolant to be quickly removed during maintenance and flushes.
Look at the bottom or rear of radiator
Plug at bottom or rear of radiator
There is no such drain.
It is a plastic screw on the bottom , front of the radiator on the drivers side. A quarter turn counterclockwise and then pull it out. Don't do it when the cars hot.
if there is no drain petcock on lower radiator tank, removing bottom radiator hose at radiator is the only way to drain radiator
The radiator petcock drain on a 1999 Pontiac Bonneville is on the bottom of the radiator. Look for a small black plug that looks like the plug found on a thermos or cooler.
Look at the lower or rear of radiator
If you are looking at the radiator with the hood opened up, the drain plug is on the bottom right side (the side that your battery is on) on the back side (facing the engine) of the radiator. I just had to replace my radiator and the drain plug only takes 1/4 turn to open. (You won't need any wrenches to open the drain plug either.)
Drain plug usually at bottom or rear of the radiator
***IF*** it is the same as the 1997 2.4L Pontiac Grand Am:The coolant drain plug will be a small plastic plug at the bottom of the right side of the radiator. It was very hard to find, and I ended up removing the radiator hose because I couldn't find it. You will probably not be able to see it from the bottom of the vehicle. I found it to be on the right side of the radiator as you are facing the engine from the front, about one inch from the bottom of the right radiator tank.
Unlike most cars , the 2004 Pontiac gto does not have a drainage plug. Due to this inconvenience, the only way to drain the radiator is to remove it.