If it does not have a drain plug, just simply remove the lower radiator hose.
if there is no drain petcock on lower radiator tank, removing bottom radiator hose at radiator is the only way to drain radiator
If it has one it will be located on the bottom of the radiator. If not, then just remove the lower hose to drain the radiator.
NO, but some will leak out when loosening the radiator hose. A LOT will leak out when completely removing the hose, so have a bucket on standby.
Just an inch or so, as far as the top hose is all.
Located in a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
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.
on the top, driver side of the engine. find the hose coming off the radiator and follow it to the engine. it is right where the hose connects.
Look closely at the radiator. Check the bottom corner of the radiator that is opposite of the lower radiator hose. If there is no drain plug or petcock, then the coolant will need to be drained by removing the lower radiator hose.
there may not be one if there is is it on the bottom side and if it is not you candrain it by removing the bottom rad hose The 1999 Pontiac Grand Am does not have a radiator drain valve. To drain the radiator, remove the lower radiator hose. The engine should be cold and the water fill cap removed for venting. I have a 2000 Pontiac Grand AM and radiator drain cock is located at the lower/front (not bottom) at the curbside of the radiator, you will need a hex key to back out petcock. .
where is the airconditor drain hose on a 1999 Pontiac Bonneville
Remove plug or open petcock at the bottom or rear of the radiator or remove the lower radiator hose
if you take the cap off of the radiator it is in there actually no its not. follow the top radiator hose to the engine. that is where your thermostat is. you will have to drain the radiator, remove the engine side of the hose and remove the thermostat housing to access it.
It is a black rubber hose about 1/2" in dia against the passenger side firewall accessable from the engine bay. Hope this helps "G"
its located on the heater core
Should be in housing at end of top radiator hose
Follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator to the engine. It should be in the metal housing the hose is clamped to.
Search for a drain petcock along the lower edge of the radiator tanks. Loosen the valve with a pliers, but DO NOT OVERTIGHETEN IT. Not all radiators have one. If you can't find one, then you will have to remove the lower radiator hose which will drain most of the coolant from the engine block too.
follow the top radiator hose to the engine.
There will be an input of some kind
Unscrew the drain plug, or pull the bottom radiator hose off
Disconnect the lower coolant hose.
Follow the upper rad hose from the rad to the engine.
a crack or a hole in the tank. or hose for that matter