where is the radiator drain plug on a mercury villager
Open the drain plug on the passenger side of the radiator.
Look on the bottom or rear of the radiator or just remove the lower radiator hose
It's on the passenger side, at the very bottom, in back.
The radiator drain plug is at the passenger side rear of the radiator at the very bottom corner. There are two drain plugs in the block, they are very difficult to get at, and usually not necessary.
Bottom of radiator, passenger side.
If you drained the pan it will be 5-6 quarts.
There is a drain plug in the transmission pan.
You mean the oil drain? In the oil pan.
The radiator cap is located on the top of the radiator. The Nissan Almera has a radiator located under the hood.
Drain plug usually at bottom or rear of the radiator
DRAIN PLUG IS ON RIGHT SIDE OF RADIATOR. YOU NEED TO REMOVE THE PLASTIC PROTECTION UNDER THE RADIATOR TO GET TO IT.
Bottom of the radiator.
the drain nipple is on the bottom of the radiator on battery`s side.
Simply drain the system, disconnect the hoses and lines, unbolt the fan (2 screws), remove the retainers at the top, and it should come right out.
Should be a drain plug either at bottom or rear of radiator or remove lower hose
SLIDE OFF THE LOWER RADIATOR HOSE AT THE RADIATOR...
When facing the front of the Mercury Mountaineer, the drain plug is on the lower left of the radiator. Place a bucket under the drain plug spigot before loosening to catch the coolant. To empty the radiator, turn the drain plug three-quarters of a turn. Tighten the drain plug before re-filling with coolant.
In the bottom of the transmission pan.
There are drain plugs on each side of the block. They are difficult to reach unless you have the car on a lift.
The drain plug for the coolant on a 2004 Nissan Quest is on the lower corner of the radiator on the inside. In other words, on the side of the radiator that faces the engine.Ê
Should be on either the bottom or the rear lower section of the radiator
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take radiator cap off, make sure radiator is full, start the engine let it water circulate for awhile and then open radiator drain slightly just enough to get water and air to come out,drain is located under the radiator. Careful not to burn your hand.Turn off radiator drain and replace radiator cap.
Should be located at bottom or rear of radiator or remove lower radiator hose