It will be located on the bottom of the raditor or at some other low point on the cooling system.
To be more specific, on my 2003 Cavalier it is located near the very bottom driver's side of the radiator, and is on the front of the radiator, not behind it. The plug is just a small white plastic button about the size of a nickel as I recall. The plug is hidden by the front air dam, and you can just see the plug if you look at an angle to the right through the right side air dam vent. You have to reach up and in to get at the plug. Its not a straight shot from the outside. A small hexagon Allen wrench is needed to open the plug, but a large short screwdriver can be used to close the plug. Its plastic, so don't use a lot of force. Go slowly, take it easy.
The plug does not come off the radiator. You just turn it enough for it to pop out a little, and the radiator fluid flows out. The vacume in the radiator system is very strong, so I had to remove the radiator reservoir fill cap up above in order for the fulid to flow out.
When I drained the fluid, only about 3 quarts out of a total 8 quarts actually came out, so its not a total change by any means. I hate to use a garden hose to flush the system, since my tap water has high mineral content. I'll just drain 3 quarts every year, and feel that the fluid is pretty near to being new and clean. I use the pink fluid and distilled water, so it should be clean.
If your referring to the drain plug, it's on the driver side of the radiator on the very bottom facing the front of the car. CCW opens the drain valve and CW closes it.
No you do not.
It is just beneath the lower radiator hose.
There is a drain on the lower right of the rad. If you can't get to it, pull the lower hose.
I think I had the same problem on my 2000 and decided to just take off the lower radiator hose to drain it.
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The radiator drain plug on a 2000 Chevy Venture is removed by slowly turning it in a counter-clockwise direction. Care must be taken when re-installing the plug to prevent cross threading.
Lower front section of engine behind the radiator (4 cyl)
front splash shield has to come off! then you can see the drain on the right bottom of radiator looking at it from front of car. you can use a Allen wrench to loosen the drain plug.
the radiator drain plug is on the bottom right facing car from front. you may have to remove the sheild to get at it. my 2000 malibu uses a allen wrench to loosen the drain plug for the radiator. good-day !
The 2000 Cadillac Escalade radiator drain plug can be found on the right hand side of the radiator. The drain plug will be at the bottom corner of the radiator.
It is located on the driver's side of the radiator in the lower corner. It is plastic and green in color. Mike
There are several vacuum hoses routed throughout a 2000 Chevy Cavalier. To find the hoses, use a factory service repair manual of a 2000 Chevy Cavalier.
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There is no cap for the radiator. To add anti-freeze to your radiator you have to fill it from the overflow. To find that trace a small rubber hose from the top of the radiator to what should be a plastic container
AnswerLook at the bottom or rear of radiatorit is on the front right of radiator!!on bottom.
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there should be a bleed valve towards the bottom of the rad. It will look like a " T : .
There may not be one, My 2000 Lumina has a plug on the lower drivers side of the radiator that can be replaced with a petcock. Rather than do this I removed the lower radiator hose to facilitate flushing the cooling system.
The drain plug is just below the lower radiator hose.
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at the bottom of the radiator
On the bottom or side of the radiator.