There isn't one. The lower hose is used for a drain. Hello, whoever answered this with "there ain't one", I wonder where he got his Dodge from? As of 11/14/2005, and with 143250mi I have needed to replace the radiator only 1 time. There is a rubber bumper on the bottom of the radiator (on the passenger side) just above it is where you can find it. The only reason I had to replace it was because (on the driver side) the plastic tank had a slit on it on the top as if someone actually cut it with a scappel (hair line slit)
at the bottom of the radiator
It is on the lower driver side of the radiator.
Lower passenger side of the radiator.
Remove the lower radiator hose or loosen the radiator drain.
The 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier radiator drain petcock is located on the bottom of the radiator. The drain will be towards the right side of the radiator.
I usually pull off one end of the lower hose if the radiator petcock is hard to get at or stuck; it is usually easier and it is much faster in most cases.
Is there not a drain petcock on the bottom of the radiator?
Look at the bottom or rear or radiator or disconnect the lower radiator hose
No drain Plug Just loosen lower rad hose
Remove the plastic cover underneath the radiator(passenger side) to access the radiator drain and you will need a large screwdriver.
screw it clockwise
Should be a drain plug or petcock at the bottom or rear of the radiator or remove the lower radiator hose The petcock or drain plug is located on the driver's side at the bottom of the radiator. Turn it counter-clockwise to drain.
Radiator drain plug. Located at the bottom or lower side of the radiator used to drain coolant from the radiator.
Petcock on bottom or radiator or remove lower hose.
To drain the radiator when it is time to change the coolant.
Typically there is a petcock valve on the lower left side of the radiator, unscrew the petcock to drain the radiator. On radiators without a petcock, you would remove the lower hose to drain the system. (Quite messy!)
Drain or petcock should be a the lower of rear of radiator or remove lower radiator hose
The radiator drain is on the bottom of the radiator. It is a small petcock valve.
If there is no drain petcock then just remove the lower radiator hose.
1. Place a drain pan of sufficient capacity under the radiator and open the petcock (drain) on the radiator. è Plastic petcocks easily bind. Before opening a plastic radiator petcock, spray it with some penetrating lubricant. 2. Drain the cooling system completely. 3. Close the petcock. 4. Remove the drain pan.
I would just leave it alone. Remove the lower radiator hose to drain and flush the radiator. You don't really need the petcock.
The radiator petcock drain on a 1999 Pontiac Bonneville is on the bottom of the radiator. Look for a small black plug that looks like the plug found on a thermos or cooler.
if there is no drain petcock on lower radiator tank, removing bottom radiator hose at radiator is the only way to drain radiator
if you jack up the front of the car and look on the underside of the radiator you should see a white finger nut or a regular bolt on the radiator that will drain the fluid, but remember mix the antifreeze with water 50/50, don't buy premixed antifreeze
raise the hood and looking at the radiator, the drain petcock will be on your right hand side at the bottom.