SLIDE OFF THE LOWER RADIATOR HOSE AT THE RADIATOR...
on the bottom of the rad on the passenger side
bottom of radiator on right side facing engine
where is the radiator drain plug on a mercury villager
Open the drain plug on the passenger side of the radiator.
Drain plug usually at bottom or rear of the radiator
Bottom of the radiator.
the drain nipple is on the bottom of the radiator on battery`s side.
To flush the radiator in a 1999 Mercury Cougar V6, first make sure the engine is cool. Put a bucket under the drain plug on the radiator, remove the cap and open the plug. Close the plug, fill the radiator with distilled water, then drain again. Repeat until the water comes out clean. Tighten the plug and fill the radiator with new coolant. Run the engine for about 10 minutes with the heater on high, then check the coolant level and add more as needed to complete the process.
yes its on the bottom of the tranny
There should be a drain on the bottom of the radiator somewhere. If you cannot find one, then remove the lower radiator hose and drain the coolant form that location.
When facing the front of the Mercury Mountaineer, the drain plug is on the lower left of the radiator. Place a bucket under the drain plug spigot before loosening to catch the coolant. To empty the radiator, turn the drain plug three-quarters of a turn. Tighten the drain plug before re-filling with coolant.
The drain plug is actually just a screw that requires a large Phillips head to remove. It is located on the passenger side at the bottom of the radiator. The best way to locate it is to find the tube that runs from the coolant reservoir to the radiator and look underneath where it hits the radiator. The plug is easy to overlook, as it just looks like a regular bolt. Make sure the engine isn't hot before you drain the coolant.
The radiator drain plug for a Kia Sedona is located at the bottom of the radiator. The radiator flush that is needed can be purchased at any auto parts store.
Place a drain pan underneath the radiator and drain the radiator into the pan when the engine is cool. Disconnect the negative battery cable and remove the drive belt, timing belt and disconnect the lower radiator hose. Remove the bolts that hold the water pump and take it off. Install the new pump, replace the belts, and reconnect the lower radiator hose. Fill the radiator with antifreeze.
Look at the bottom or rear side of the radiator
Should be at the bottom or rear of the radiator
Should be at the bottom or rear of radiator or remove lower radiator hose
take plug out and drain the fluid plug found behind drivers side wheel
Should be at the bottom or rear of radiator or remove the lower radiator hose
at the bottom of the oil pan under the car.
The radiator drain plug is at the passenger side rear of the radiator at the very bottom corner. There are two drain plugs in the block, they are very difficult to get at, and usually not necessary.
It is located just below the lower radiator hose.
The radiator Petcock is located on the Driverside of the radiator at the bottom, if you remove the splash guard you should be able to see it.
Look on the bottom or rear of the radiator or just remove the lower radiator hose