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Where is the drain plug on a 1994 Mercury Cougar radiator?

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2008-12-22 01:22:22
2008-12-22 01:22:22

facing the engine, look down on your left side. there is space to turn the plug. if you have an electric fan then it's real easy to see from the top. if you have a fan and shroud then raise the car and look underneath. it's easy to see. I've got a 1994 Cougar and learning stuff all the time.

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