When changing the antifreeze first drain the old fluid by disconnecting the lower radiator hose. Plug the hose in and add coolant to the radiator. Check for air in the system, bleed if necessary.
where is the coolant drain plug on the engine block of Honda ACCORD 2.4 2006
To change coolant on a Toyota Corolla, place a bucket under the radiator. Open the radiator drain valve and remove the radiator cap. When all antifreeze drains out, close the drain valve. Then refill with fresh antifreeze and replace the radiator cap.
It is in the bottom of the radiator but sometimes it is easier to remove the lower hose.
out the petcock on the back side of the radiator
The coolant drain plug on the 1993 Honda Civic is located right below the manifold bolts close to the transmission side. There is another drain plug located on the back of the block left of the fuel filter.
Drain at bottom of radiator so you can get antifreeze out.
its in one of the lower corners of the radiator. usually on the back side.
Drain coolant. Refill with correct water anti freeze mix
The engine coolant on a 1991 Honda Civic is replaced by turning the drain petcock and releasing the coolant. The filler cap is then removed and coolant added until the system is full again.
Open the 1994 Regal petcock and drain the old coolant into a pan. The coolant is toxic to animals so dispose of properly. Close the petcock when the fluid stops draining. Fill the coolant through the radiator cap opening, using the proper type of antifreeze.
It is cooling the engine off. Your Honda may be running slightly hot. I suggest you service the cooling system. Drain, flush, replace the thermostat, install a 50/50 mix of antifreeze & distilled water, bleed air from system.
Remove the oil pan drain plug to drain the oil. Remove the lower radiator hose to drain the coolant.
if drain plug is stopped up, u need to lose antifreeze and flush radiator and then replace with new antifreeze as obviously the radiator and coolant are dirty or drain plug would not stop up
Locate the radiator and the coolant reservoir box. Remove the lid of the coolant reservoir. Then remove the drain plug from the bottom of the radiator. When the fluid has leaked out, put the plug in place. Pour in a mixture of distilled water and antifreeze into the reservoir, according to your needs or the specifications. Run the engine for three minutes, then check the coolant level and add more if needed. Be careful not to remove the hose from the reservoir as the plastic nipple it is fastened to will easily break if too much force is used.
Look under the front of the Pilot. The drain plugs for the transmission and engine are both under the front and both have labels next to them marked ENGINE OIL and TRANSMISSION OIL. I suggest you get the Haynes manual for the Honda Pilot which explains how to do all this easily. Good luck.
Not necessary to drain all coolant, just enough to be able to remove radiator hose from thermostat housing and prevent much leakage.
Purchase 1 gallon of antifreeze and 1 gallon of distilled water. Mix them together 50/50. This is more than enough to refill your system after a drain and flush with some left over.
You dont Take it to a qualified mechanic for a flush and they will dispose of the old coolant You dont Take it to a qualified mechanic for a flush and they will dispose of the old coolant
Not the motor, but the wash contains detergent that is not good in the coolant fluids. You should drain and flush the coolant system and replace it with water and antifreeze mixed to the recommended proportions. Do this as soon as possible, if you have indeed used screen wash instead of antifreeze by mistake.
The drain plug should be located on the lower right corner of the radiator, it is about the size of a nickel with raised ribs that form a cross. You should attach a rubber hose to the radiator drain before opening the drain plug, this keeps antifreeze from splashing out. Antifreeze is a corrosive, that will burn your skin, and destroy your body paint.
You have to unscrew the drain plug. The drain plug is located right under the front bumper in the bottom right corner of the radiator. once you unscrew this (i sprayed some pb buster on it) it screwed right off.. from there drain the fluid that's in there. flush it with some water. and replace the antifreeze
Np, because most of your coolant is contained in the engine block. So when you drain your coolant from your radiator, most of the coolant will *remain* in the block.
A 98 Chevrolet 3500 truck holds 3 gallons of antifreeze. Much of the coolant is stored in the block which is difficult to completely drain when servicing.
I would recommend you drain it out, flush the system, and install the correct green coolant that Ford recommends. Using the wrong coolant can damage parts.