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
No, there is no drain plug.
You have to remove the oil pan to drain the fluid.
open the drain at the bottom of the radiator and remove cap
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
you have to drain the antifreeze/coolant so it would be wise.
A pair of pliers.
Drain plug for what? Engine, transmission, radiator, gas tank??
Look on the bottom or rear of radiator
No, you just need a larger drain bucket; or drain through a hose for less mess.
you can find the drain plug in the center of the oil pan
its in one of the lower corners of the radiator. usually on the back side.
Drain at bottom of radiator so you can get antifreeze out.
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.
Google Honda pilot block heater. There is a parts dealer that includes installation instructions showing where the plug is to drain the coolant. This is where the block heater screws in, replacing the bolt.
Drain coolant. Refill with correct water anti freeze mix
There is no drain plug. Unbolt the bottom pan of the tranny and pull the filter off.
Drain the radiator
"Where is the radiator drain plug on a 1999 dodge stratus?" Most "drain cocks" I am not being nasty, that is what they are called. they are located on the drivers side. Look on the lower left side, it looks like a wing nut or a straight bar (plastic), some look like a plastic hexagon
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.
Lower driver side of radiator.
mine has one on each side
You have to drain the coolant either from the radiator drain or disconnecting the lower hose. You then have to disconnect/unbolt the electric fan. The coolant hoses at the radiator needs to be disconnected. Lastly the radiator needs to be unbolted, then lifted out. The new radiator can be installed the steps reversed, coolant topped off and bleed of any air.
No, you will not have to drain all the coolant to change the thermostat on a 1999 Dodge Grand Caravan. Only the hose that is connected to the thermostat needs to be drained.
just buy 2 gallons of antifreeze, and two gallons of distilled water and make sure you use a 50/50 mixture. Cooling system holds 9.4 quarts. A drain of the system will not remove all the coolant. .