The coolant drain plug on a Nissan Micra engine block is on the upper part of the block. It is under the intake manifold.
Sandwiched between the head and engine block.
Open the drain valve on the side of the engine block.
If you mean the engine coolant temp sensor it should be on the drivers side of the engine block. Follow your top radiator hose from the radiator to the engine block. near that you should see a sensor (it has a clip on it where the wires attach). I hope my description helps!
The 2002 Tacoma engine block will have two coolant drain plugs on each side of the block. The coolant drain plugs will be near the front and the rear of the engine block.
Ive never heard of draining coolant plugs except on a diesel engine . Once you drain the coolant and flush the system it should be fine
where is the coolant drain plug on the engine block of Honda ACCORD 2.4 2006
The engine block coolant drain plug on 4.3 liter Chevy Blazer is located on the bottom of the engine, near the oil filter. It allows coolant to be completely drained from the block during maintenance.
There is coolant in the engine block when the engine is not running. The engine block, heater, hoses and radiator remain full when engine is not running.
The engine block coolant plug on a 6-cylinder is near the bottom of the engine. You will need to use a socket set and ratchet to remove the plug.
The 1994 Lincoln Town Car 4.6 liter engine coolant drain plugs can be found on each side of the engine block. There will be a total of four engine coolant drain plugs.
in the block...
yes in a way. block heaters heat the coolant in the block there for warming the block up. coolant heaters heat the coolant out side the engine like in the hoses and radiater. and when the coolant gets hot enough it opens the thermosate and starts flowing through the engine..The coolant heater should be hooked into the engine so that it heats only the engine and the heater core. If the coolant heater is trying to heat the radiator then it will not work very well to heat the engine, you would need a lot of BTUs to heat the radiator as it will shed all that heat to the air that is surrounding it.