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Where is the bleed screw for a radiator on a 2000 Daewoo Lanos?

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2006-03-28 06:44:35
2006-03-28 06:44:35

hi there, i dont own this type of car but i am a mechanic, (only in my own time) so i can educate you on all cars in general, ok! if you look underneth any car at the bottom of the radiator and there is no BUTTERFLY/WING NUT sometimes metal but mainly plastic, then how to empty the radiator is to undo the bottom hose. this answear not only your question for this car but for all cars, ok! TAKE NOTE DO NOT CHANGE WATER WHEN ENGINE IS HOT YOU MAY BURN YOURSELF, AND ALSO NEVER FILL UP A HOT ENGINE WITH COLD WATER YOU CAN BLOW THE HEAD OR HEAD GASKET.

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