Should be on the bottom of the radiator. If you see none, then just remove the lower radiator hose.
The drain petcock should be on bottom, drivers-side of the radiator. It'll take a while to drain it through the petcock. Be sure to open the radiator cap to allow air into the system to help it go faster.
Although it's likely to be messy as heck, I usually take a large drainpan and pop the lower radiator hose off.
Please keep in mind, most if not all radiator petcocks are a left hand thread
there is a drain on lower left side of radiator. unscrew and drain.
The 2006 Ford Taurus radiator drain plug is located on the bottom of the radiator. The drain plug can be removed with a half inch ratchet.
The drain valve is on the (facing) engine side, lower left corner (drivers side) of the radiator. There is a tap and a tube you can put a small hose on to drain the coolant into a container.
There are a variety of "drain plugs" on a vehicle.See "Related Questions" below for more specifics on radiator, oil & transmissions...
Drain radiator, rinse with water or radiator cleaner, then refill. Don't forget to check the leve after running the engine a while.
Most just remove the lower radiator hose, it's quicker,but messier. The actual drain is located at the bottom passenger side of the radiator. There is a screw that is loosened from the bottom that allow the coolant to drain.
given that you have general knowledge on socket tools/wrenches. all you need to do is locate the drain pipe usually on the bottom or bottom side of the radiator. make sure its fully drained so you dont make a big mess. take off the fan cover. locate the bolts holding the radiator in place remove said bolts. remove said radiator do steps in reverse to replace. congratulations you replaced a radiator!!! well done. p.s dont for get to refill the radiator ;)
Drain coolant Remove transmission cooling lines Remove upper and lower radiator hoses Remove upper mounting bolts Pull radiator up from support cradle
2 1/2 ways to do this:Use the drain plug, aka petcock, on the bottom/drivers-side of the radiator**Pop off the lower radiator hoseThe 1/2 is to have a shop do a power flush - with one of their machines** See "Related Questions" below for more about the drain plug - it's not sitting out in the open - there's a large plastic cover in the way. The question will offer some ideas on dealing with it.
The Chevrolet Malibu radiator drain plug can be found on the right side of the radiator. The drain plug will be at the bottom of the radiator.
if there is no drain petcock on lower radiator tank, removing bottom radiator hose at radiator is the only way to drain radiator
The 1991 Pontiac Grand Am radiator drain plug can be found on the bottom of the radiator. The radiator drain plug will be in the center of the radiator bottom.
Is there not a drain petcock on the bottom of the radiator?